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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby whiteswan » Mon Feb 20, 2017 6:30 pm

Who will be watching the game?

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby John in Louisiana » Mon Feb 20, 2017 6:31 pm

1964white wrote:Wenger will want to win the FA Cup.....Monk wasn't interested one bit


Wenger pretty much has to if he wants to keep his job, especially if they drop below fourth.

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby 1964white » Mon Feb 20, 2017 6:44 pm

John in Louisiana wrote:Wenger pretty much has to if he wants to keep his job, especially if they drop below fourth.


Indeed John

Also Wenger has won the FA Cup six times & were finalists once.....horses for courses !

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby 1964white » Mon Feb 20, 2017 8:46 pm

Sutton making a fist of it.

One thing Sutton do when they get a free-kick is push men into the box & pump the ball forward as oppose to us where the ball invariably ends up going backwards to Pontus, Bartley or Green

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby 1964white » Mon Feb 20, 2017 10:02 pm

Spirited performance from Sutton v a Gooners side that cost £180m as oppose to the Leeds team that finished our game which cost three quid :wink: Arsenal's quality shone through in the end. Really thought Wenger's team would batter them so well done to the Sutton players, a credit to their club

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby whiteswan » Tue Feb 21, 2017 2:31 pm

1964white wrote:Spirited performance from Sutton v a Gooners side that cost £180m as oppose to the Leeds team that finished our game which cost three quid :wink: Arsenal's quality shone through in the end. Really thought Wenger's team would batter them so well done to the Sutton players, a credit to their club

Good effort from the Sutton players. Bagged themselves a million from their heroics and don't they deserve it :)

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby becchio bear » Tue Feb 21, 2017 4:45 pm

Highlight was Sutton's reserve goalie stuffing a pie down his neck :P :bear:
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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby whiteswan » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:53 pm

becchio bear wrote:Highlight was Sutton's reserve goalie stuffing a pie down his neck :P :bear:

You're not wrong there bb - looks like he downed quite a few pies in his time. No longer at the club, resigned this afternoon. His 'joke' got rather out of hand

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby faaip » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:55 pm

Not sure what bookmakers are thinking offering 9-1 that he eats a pie..
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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby 1964white » Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:38 pm

becchio bear wrote:Highlight was Sutton's reserve goalie stuffing a pie down his neck :P :bear:


He looks like some Leeds fans :wink:

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby 1964white » Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:47 pm

whiteswan wrote:You're not wrong there bb - looks like he downed quite a few pies in his time. No longer at the club, resigned this afternoon. His 'joke' got rather out of hand


Really :lol: he was in the bar at half-time sinking beer down his neck

Sutton's maanager Paul Doswell wasn't happy with the pie-man saying "his behaviour had put their club in a bad light"

'Sutton's pie-eating reserve goalkeeper and the club's sponsor Sun Bets could both be in hot water for potentially breaching betting rules during last night's FA Cup tie.

Investigations have been opened by both the Gambling Commission and Football Association into whether the betting company or Wayne Shaw, nicknamed the 'roly poly goalie', broke any rules during last night's 2-0 loss to Arsenal.

Before the game, bookmaker Sun Bets - also the club's sponsor - offered odds of 8-1 that 23-stone stopper Shaw would eat a pie on camera during the match

He did so in the 83rd minute after Sutton had used all of their subs and it was clear he would not be playing in the game.

Shaw - who has since resigned after the club asked him to quit - has admitted he was aware Sun Bets were offering odds on him eating a pie and told reporters after the match he did so for 'a bit of banter'.

But both he and Sun Bets could be in trouble, with Gambling Commission enforcement and intelligence director Richard Watson saying: 'Integrity in sport is not a joke and we have opened an investigation to establish exactly what happened.'

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby rich_leeds64 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 8:44 pm

"Roly Poly Goalie" Wayne Shaw has resigned from Sutton for the pie eating, betting fiasco. What a plonker thinking he could get away with that.

He made Paddy Kenny and Neville Southall both look like Twiggy

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Man City v Huddersfield Live on BBC1

Postby 1964white » Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:38 pm

Citeh put out a strong team

Huddersfield rest nine players from their game v Barnsley

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Sutton v Arsenal

Postby faaip » Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:47 pm

rich_leeds64 wrote:"Roly Poly Goalie" Wayne Shaw has resigned from Sutton for the pie eating, betting fiasco. What a plonker thinking he could get away with that.

He made Paddy Kenny and Neville Southall both look like Twiggy



That was Kenny and Southall
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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Man City v Huddersfield Live on BBC1

Postby 1964white » Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:58 pm

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What was the baldy Citeh defender doing leaving Bunn unmarked

Shocking defending

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Man City v Huddersfield Live on BBC1

Postby whiteswan » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:07 pm

Should City have had a penalty?

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Man City v Huddersfield Live on BBC1

Postby 1964white » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:12 pm

whiteswan wrote:Should City have had a penalty?


Yes Swan

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Man City v Huddersfield Live on BBC1

Postby gotagetz » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:15 pm

Huddersfield aren't scared to play the ball around. First team I ever watched Huddersfield my uncle lived in paddock, they lost I remember. But I'd like them to win tonight

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Man City v Huddersfield Live on BBC1

Postby 1964white » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:22 pm

Terriers tails now between their legs

Lovely football from Citeh even though one of the dogs tried to bite the ball

Citeh are so quick....I wisgh our player moved so fast !

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Re: FA Cup 5th Round - Man City v Huddersfield Live on BBC1

Postby 1964white » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:25 pm

Are the dogs playing hand ball

Now a foul....pen


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