Otherwise known as the scratching of chickens in the barnyard dirt.

Who has the best pitch in England?

Tottenham, of course. They fertilized it with £100m of shit this year.

Enough about those cretins. This was a horrible week for the Arsenal. We lost 6-3 at the Etihad to a rampant Manchester City side. Embarrasing. Yes, we still sit atop the table by a few points, but if we slip up at Chelsea next week, we could lose our place. Not to mention, we came within one goal of going out of the Champions League at Napoli on Sunday. All we had to do was avoid a 3-0 defeat. What did we do? We took a 2-0 defeat, from a Napoli side that was clearly in the ascendancy. If they had another 5 minutes, we may have been done. Dortmund won the group with a win over Marseilles, and we settled for second. We all know what that means, right? Yes, second place in the group means you get drawn against one of the first place group winners for the next round (apart from the winner of your own group, of course). Who might that be? Oh, just a bunch nobodies, really. Just teams like oh, I don’t know… Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and PSG. Yeah… the best teams currently in the world.

I say… bring them on. Tough games are what it’s all about. Let’s get in the yard and knock the biggest animal on their ass first, and scare the rest of the herd. What do you think?

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