Anybody else waiting for Arsenal to fall over? I need some familiarityhttp://www.right2link.org/support-our-campaign/
Skee-Lo - I Wish Did Eminem copy this?
Beirut - My Night With the Prostitute From Marseille
Metric - Don't Think Twice It's All Right (Bob Dylan Cover)
Tiesto - Feel It In My Bones (Feat. Tegan & Sara)
M.I.A. - Theres Space For Ol Dat I See
Second place appears to be set in stone for us right now but is anybody else waiting for us to hit a brick wall then struggle like a fatty trying to get over it?
Is it destined to happen for us? Are some people out there really expecting us to do far better than last year - and those previous years? I think now is the right time for somebody to stand up and say - we could really f*** up around about now so seriously don't expect things to go exceptionally well.
The basis of the end of January assault is built around everybody fighting for some form of money in whatever guise it is. The bums on seat phenomenon is no more important as it is now when there is so much football to play for. Cup competitions come into their own, Clubs need to justify their approach in the January transfer window (whether they bought players or not) and the papers want to tell their advertisers "we will have football stories and they will be important".
The press will desperately be looking for all those shenanigans at club level from transfer dealings, to cup competitions to any old Dynasty/Dallas type scandals in the changing rooms or at board room level.
All this will filter down to the Arsenal because whatever happens at another club happens at The Arsenal too and can we counter that? I guess we could, couldn't we? All it is, is 90 minutes of football and the ability to win those games.
We've bought another embryo masquerading itself as a 17 year old so I am sure there is something monetary in our plans and hopefully we can get some silverware this year but in the meantime I am looking forward to a few losses just like the Arsenal we know so well. If we start to win - well that's too scary to fathom.