Biscuit Hips Taking The Biscuit

alba73

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If you’re neutral and keep been told to look at someone’s good points subliminally then that’s what you do and not necessarily see their bad points. That’s what the press do hype up their attributes enough to hide their flaws.
 

Shawlands_Bear

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How Arsenal came to the decision that humanoid piece of glass was worth investing £25m in I'll never know.

Did they not do a single bit of research on him and his injury history?
 

Moreloslaces

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No chance the peados getting 25 million

100% percent the 25 million would be down to appearances each season ect!

A reckon 10 million up front and 5 million each season he plays more than 25/30 games which won’t happen. Hopefully he ends his career little fucking rat
They got it in one go.
 

Fox & Hounds

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A very strange decision from Arsenal.

Would be worth about half what they paid for him if he had no history of injury problems.
Is it incomprehensible that lord Dermot Desmond and his dodgy pals, who are Russian and Dermot has links to dodgy Lithuanian banks managed to do a back door deal for cash to get money in to the great unwashed ???
 

Alpagers

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How did he dislocate his shoulder? I may be going against the grain here but it may just have been bad luck or a bad challenge.

Btw I don't like the wee plooky retard, I think he was way overpriced, Arsenal were mental to pay that money and he does appear injury prone
 

Covenanter1

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Overplayed and over trained to beef up
No matter what the tramps played a blinder in the off loading of him, it hurts to admit ti
 

yardie

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He is indeed a biscuit man but Arsenal were fooled into believing he was a 'cracker'.

It's the way I tell 'em.
 

Humbug

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Arsenal have been well and truly stung here. Deal spun as a huge loss to the dhims by their mhedia lapdog. The Gooners must be raging.
Not according to Hartson, Arsenal got him on the cheap?

 

Big C

Member
This tit is never fit.


Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney will be out for three months after dislocating his shoulder.

Scot Tierney, 22, was forced off in Monday's Premier League win at West Ham and will have surgery next week.

The injury was sustained in Tierney's third Premier League start since his £25m move from Celtic in August.

It means the left-back is a major doubt for Scotland's Euro 2020 play-off against Israel at Hampden Park on 26 March.

Tierney, whose last cap for his country was 14 months ago, had to wait until late September for his Arsenal debut after a double hernia operation in May.
Someone at Arsenal has took a brown envelope on that deal from Corrupt FC
 

Hawftimepie

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I couldn't give a toss about the wee lady's front bottom, but, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a heavily weighted appearance clause. So the less games the better.
 
How did he dislocate his shoulder? I may be going against the grain here but it may just have been bad luck or a bad challenge.

Btw I don't like the wee plooky retard, I think he was way overpriced, Arsenal were mental to pay that money and he does appear injury prone
There was an article in paper about a week ago saying he hadn’t been played much and an ongoing shoulder injury was one of the reasons.

A couple of days later against West Ham he got involved in a tussle with the big striker Antonio at a corner who just out muscled in and got his arms tangled up.
 

D-Von

Active Member
Wiki stats say that.
1. Anyone can edit wiki
2. Wiki only counts league games anyway

He’s got around 180 club appearances and 12 senior international caps. Don’t know how many youth internationals he played after his first team debut but even if he didn’t play any.
190 odd appearances by a boy who’s just turned 22 isn’t the stats of someone who’s injury prone
All young players get injuries while they adapt to first team football. People on here seem to over exaggerate his because he went for big money

To put it into context, his stats are almost identical to Barisic who is 5 years older
 

Chubster

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Someone at Arsenal has took a brown envelope on that deal from Corrupt FC
A prominent Arsenal fan soon to be ex Leader of the Labour Party just happened to be on a flight to Romania the following evening with his wife and some jolly craicsters. Then coincidentally found himself enjoying some hospitality at a Champions League qualifier alongside his republican buddies. Just saying!!
 

Ambiorix

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Did Arsenal send him to McVitie's for his medical? Did they not smell a rat when he arrived in a 'Fragile. Handle with care.' package?
 

Queens_11

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Don’t get the obsession on here with him and dembele. Bit embarrassing to be honest - we’ve got a thread 4 pages long about a ex-tarrier players injury.
 

Sebo23

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Don’t get the obsession on here with him and dembele. Bit embarrassing to be honest - we’ve got a thread 4 pages long about a ex-tarrier players injury.
It is quite embarrassing the obsession that seems to be about him. We've had everything saying whoever sanctioned the deal should be sacked, to there must have been brown envelopes and politicians involved.

This is a club that spend £72M on Pepe, £35M on Mustafi, £35M on Xhaka, £30M on Mkhitaryan, but because Tierney is injured heads should roll, dodgy deals have happened and the club might as well fold!
 

Partickger

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Something does seem a bit off about the deal, it was such a ludicrous price tag for such an average, perpetually injured player.
 

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