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  1. Lol
    3-0 already

  2. I am relaying all of this by text to my gooner GF who is being driven down the M6 in the rain, listening to her nieces One Direction CD.

    This is so tragically bad she probably thinks I am winding her up.

    1. She has stopped replying.

      1. Its like posting on here.

        ;)

  3. I called 3-1 to Chelsea yesterday but it's probably going to be a lot worse

    1. 31 to Chelsea would have been better.

  4. Technical Q:

    So when they appeal the red card for Gibbs it will be rescinded, right?

    Am I right in thinking that they can't then retrospectively ban OX-C, because the ref saw the incident, and dealt with it on the pitch, or can they give it because he missed that it was OX-C?

    1. probably different in this case since it's mistaken identity..

    2. Yeah, I believe so.

    3. Well Gibbs will certainly get off a suspension. The Ox will probably be safe from suspension I imagine.

    4. I'm fairly certain I've heard the FA say before that they can't change a referee's decision UNLESS there has been a serious/obvious error made by the referee.

      1. Ok so Gibbs gets card rescinded and maybe Ox gets it.

        Or possibly AW decides not to appeal it and take the hit on Gibbs as he is a bit short on MF.

        Can FA rescind/card OX etc without an Arsenal appeal?

  5. looks like Arsene went and got himself a new suit for the big day

    1. And ?

      1. :? point of the post is pretty self-explanatory

        1. Yeah sure

          1. are you by chance an Arsenal fan?

            1. Yep. trying to stay cool. No prob. Had written this one off - but fearing the worst now.

              1. there was still time before that silly Ox decision, but at least you can take some relief in the fact that the the red will be rescinded..

              2. It is tragic.

                Season not yet over though... it's a funny old game.

        2. He won't be wearing it again, will he?

          I expect to see it in Holloway Road Oxfam on Monday.

        3. (I got the point of the post, Sinik, you are not alone)

          1. So did I. all good.

  6. Imagine the uproar if Gibbs was a high ownership player.

    1. Well - I started Gibbs in UFPL -----

      1. And you sub him

  7. after this, United might have had a glimmer of hope of 4th had we beat Liverpool :?

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