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Arsenal News 19 April 2012

April 19, 2012

Hi Gooners.

Not much going on over at Arsenal HQ…

Gervinho is telling Gooners on Arsenal.com we have learned so much this season… Nice one Gerv, now all you have to do is put what you have learned into action on the green stuff you play on.

We have also learned that Mr. Arteta is out for the season (well 4 games). Big loss that one. Still we have Rambo to come in and replace him. If it is to be Rambo, then come on Gooners let’s support the lad.. Let’s not get on his back at the weekend. Encourage him and the team. Let the Emirates be as it has been this year uptempo, top ranking and right behind the team.

Maybe Arsene could even bring in the Ox in CM, Gibbs at right back and Santos playing in front of Gibbs… Come to think of it Santos can play in front of RVP and Cech as he likes to play that far up… Maybe he could check tickets at Holloway Road Tube station as well.

I was alright with Chelsea winning last night. I went for a 1-0 or 2-1 to Chelsea. I wanted them to still be in with fighting chance for the return in Nou Camp next Tuesday, with the hope that they would have one eye on that match and maybe take our game a bit different. Rest a few players, that sort of thing. We’ll see Saturday.

I though Cesc had an awful game last night. Missed a couple of early chances and when was the last time you did not see Cesc on the list of most passes in game. Cesc you should have stayed the big fish at Arsenal and not the little one at Barca. There was plenty of time to get your dream when about 28. You should have stayed at Arsenal and took us forward.

Ken Friar has now had a bust made of him and placed in the stadium. Who’s next… No trophies, lots of busts.

The old Forbes richest clubs in the world list is back out and for the 7th season running Man Utd top the list.

1. Manchester United – $2,235bn (£1.4bn)

2. Real Madrid – $1,877bn (£1.17bn)

3. Barcelona – $1,307bn(£1.07bn)

4. Arsenal – $1,292bn £800m)

5. Bayern Munich – $1,235bn(£770m)

6. AC Milan – $989m (£615m)

7. Chelsea – $761m (£473m)

8. Liverpool – $619m (£385m)

9. Juventus – $591m (£367m)

10. Schalke 04 – $587m(£365m)

11. Tottenham Hotspur -$564m (£351m)

13. Manchester City – $443m (£275m

How much debt is included though? Man Utd apparently have a world-wide fan base of 330m… What do they do actually? I mean if each of them just gave Man Utd £2 per season, they would start off with £660m before any other monies come in. Whats the point of having fans in the Far East that by fake kits, watch on streams and don’t actually contribute to the club in any way. Also how do you calculate 330m fans… Use the tried and trusted method, pick the number out of thin air. The only way to tell how many fans you have is on a club database showing how many signed up members you have, maybe even brought kit or goods online etc. Other than that, total guess. Any thoughts?

Finally for your pleasure and delectation, after all boys will be boys… I give you Jennifer Nicole-Lee

That’s all folks.

@harlowgooner

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