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All posts tagged "Kolo Toure"
Why I Don’t Feel Bad For Philippe Senderos
Had Senderos not bullied his way to a loan move to Milan, where he played infrequently and with no distinction, he would have been the one to step into Kolo Toure's spot.
- Posted January 23, 2010
Sometimes, Arsene Needs To Break His Own Rules
It would be sheer lunacy at this point to not give Gallas a new, multi-year contract. Djourou's long-term injury means he will have lost nearly a season of developmental time and, apparently, Senderos is not a real...
- Posted January 6, 2010
Still Paying the Price for the International Break
There's really no sense in dwelling on this match. Sunderland is a solid side this season that drew at United and beat Liverpool. Almost our entire side had been away from the club for two weeks on...
- Posted November 23, 2009
UEFA Steps Up and Kolo Falls Down
The culture and atmosphere at City is so corrupt that it has even turned Kolo Toure into a liar. Now, that is depressing.
- Posted September 15, 2009
Damn These International Breaks
If Cesc was not fit enough to even make the bench for the United match, how is he now fit enough to play two international matches for Spain? Same for Rosicky. Following Theo's double service this past...
- Posted September 2, 2009
Smells Like Team Spirit
We have seen great spirit on the pitch in these first two matches and it seems the players are also letting us know that the spirit and togetherness is back in the locker room in a way...
- Posted August 20, 2009
Preview Week Day 1: Goalkeepers and Defense
After the absolute train-wreck that is Mikael Silvestre at center-back last season, it boggles my mind when Arsene says we have "five" center-backs and then names Silvestre (first, no less!) and Song. To me, that means we...
- Posted August 10, 2009
Almunia: “Cesc Hates Arsenal!”
There, see what I just did? I just pulled the most common move of football writers in England. I made an article out of some quotes and then put a headline to it which doesn't represent the...
- Posted August 8, 2009
The African Clique: Real or Imagined?
In the Telegraph, Amy Lawrence implied that the players had been sold because the clique had become "too exclusive for comfort," but is that the main reason behind the moves of Adebayor, Toure, and, possibly, Eboue?
- Posted August 5, 2009
Cheer Up Gooners, The Sky is NOT Falling!
While many pundits are quick to claim we have directly strengthened a rival in City, it is largely ignored that City has just given its supposed rival, and one of the best eyes for talent in the...
- Posted July 31, 2009