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Just look at that picture! And we’re not even talking about the picture. Fans did crazy stuff last night.
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger Doesn’t Understand Why A Journalist Is Looking At Him During His Own Press Conference
In anticipation of tomorrow’s Champions League match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich, Arensal manager Arsene Wenger held a press conference that got weird and hostile rather quickly.
Arsenal thrashed Newcastle 7-3 today, scoring six goals in the second half. Insert Jets, Chiefs offense jokes here, etc. The final goal came in stoppage time from Theo Walcott, who was gunning for a hat trick. It was, as described the reddit user who posted it, “cute.” Very, very cute.
Arsenal defender Andre Santos didn’t play in his team’s season-opening 0-0 draw over the weekend. This might not have been directly caused by his arrest on suspicion of dangerous driving allegedly involving traveling 130 MPH in a Maserati to avoid police from the day before the match – but we imagine it didn’t help.
Elite TV, from what we can gather, is a late-night boobs and babes channel in the United Kingdom that doubles as a boobs and babes streaming webcam service (indeed, its Twitter account boasts that it’s the “Best Babe Channel on the planet”). Today, an EliteTV “presenter” named Letesha Collins tweeted a direct message that (she says) she received from Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.
Wayne Rooney’s hat trick and Ashley Young’s two very pretty goals punctuated the worst loss that Arsenal has ever suffered in the Premier League. The cheeky strike above is courtesy of Mr. Rooney.
Today, Liverpool and Arsenal played to a 1-1 draw in a game with a wild finish – but unfortunately, the ending wasn’t the only striking aspect of the action.