Saturday Arsenal links: Nasri, Arshavin and the mystery signing

Sky Sports has a very funny video interview with the Andrey Arshavin.

Samir Nasri suggests that our title charge will be over if we lose at Chelsea.

The Guardian expects one of the big three to step up and blow the other two away.

Arsene Wenger reveals he was very close to making a signing before the window shut.

Reminder to check out Part One of “Three: An Arsenal Web Documentary”.

Have your say on today’s links by leaving a comment.


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16 Responses to “Saturday Arsenal links: Nasri, Arshavin and the mystery signing”

  1. c gander
    February 6, 2010 at 8:25 pm #

    hes class on the pitch and off it seems like a great lad wish he cesc and rvp had some more class around them without these 3 we r a mid table team at best.

  2. Nirmit
    February 6, 2010 at 8:47 pm #

    arshavin is a legend..

  3. km1980
    February 6, 2010 at 9:07 pm #

    Would be interesting to know if is this mystery signing was somebody that we’ve been following for a while or just an opportunity that came up on deadline day. If it is someone we’ve been following then its a bit dissapointing that we left it right to the end.

  4. Rocking Guns
    February 6, 2010 at 10:11 pm #

    Arshavin a legend? He was suckish against Man Utd. We should have scored three if we look at the replays against Man Utd.

  5. shambogunner
    February 6, 2010 at 10:16 pm #

    if AW really did come so close to signing this mystery guy then wot was the reason?
    lack of time?…..he had a month
    negotiation difficulty?….its a gimme with us but,again, he had a month
    failed medical?….well to be fair wrighty isnt as fit as he used to be!!!!!
    its an outright lie designed to appease the angry paying fan,thats all…….i mean did you see how definate he was post utd when questioned about any possibble signings???
    the fact that he came out now and said this makes a show of all the lads who were defending his lack of buying because in admiting this he is admitting we needed strengthening and he has failed to do it,hes left himself wide open now come may
    heres open we get a result tommorow tho and go on a run of good results
    come on you gunners!!!!

  6. noobshit
    February 6, 2010 at 10:17 pm #

    how the hell was he suckish? he was immense in the opening 30mins and looked dangerous as ever, though with a bit more luck on our side we woulda went ahead. cant expect much more from playing a player out of position dont you f$%king think? idiot.

  7. C-Bass
    February 6, 2010 at 11:21 pm #

    LOL. Arshavin is such a goofy little guy.

    If Nasri really believes what he said then I expect him to step up and make an impact.

    Finally we didn’t make a signing so I don’t care Mr. Wenger. Let’s get it done against Chelsea.

  8. Kage
    February 7, 2010 at 12:03 am #

    Well said C-bass, i’m right behind u…Go Gunners!!! let’s burn d ‘bridge behind us…

  9. Mannix
    February 7, 2010 at 4:18 am #

    Nasri is one of the best player bt how can he (Nasri, Cesc,Vermalen,Song,Gallas, Clichy and Sagna delivered if one person want to play alone when have the ball. I knw this team is full of talent bt lack ambition 2 fight hard when got off guard or face the big Names. Our weakness as a club is the squard is too thin n lack strong bench to keep our 1st team on toes. Manone is far better thn our 1st n 2nd keeper bt Wenger decided tht Almunia is untouchable no matter wht.

  10. Mannix
    February 7, 2010 at 4:26 am #

    Me i believe Arsenal can bring tht bridge down. They only need to tighten their defence n focus on getting early goals. We can play dirty n win. Wigan,Villa n Man City did it b4 Hull contain them,why not us?

  11. Samir
    February 7, 2010 at 4:42 am #

    Wht’s wrong with Arshavin? He seems to luck team spirit, quick to write-off his team mate n assumes he is the only great player we have. He 4got we have players like Cesc,Song,Rosisky,Vermalene,Gallas, Nasri n Ramsey in ths team. If he don’t believe in Arsenal then he cannot play 4 us. Having a squad like barca isn’t an assurance of winning bt workin as team does,tht’s why Wigan beat Chelsea 3:0.

  12. Martin Taylor
    February 7, 2010 at 5:53 am #

    Arsenals title charge was over before the season started. in fact it was over the moment Dennis left. The rest of the nation are laughing at you, no wonder they call you gooners ha ha. Birmingham City 4 Ever. Break a leg now !

  13. Steve-O
    February 7, 2010 at 6:50 am #

    If there’s one team that can take Chelsea down at home, it’s Arsenal. Which team was it who broke their unbeaten run at home? And who’s captain is a back stabbing, white anter causing turmoil in their club and country? The boys just need to get on top of Drogba and Sol could be the man to do it.

    Martin Taylor… Brum !!!! Hahahahahahaha. Go back to the lower divisions where you belong. You’ll be there soon enough.

  14. Brother to Rocking Guns
    February 7, 2010 at 12:50 pm #

    This blog sucks! noobshit? Why are u so rude?! Idiot? That’s not really a nice word! Are u american? U know rocking guns right? He is my brother!

  15. Brother to Rocking Guns
    February 7, 2010 at 12:55 pm #

    If you fight with an Arsenal supporter who has been supporting Arsenal for the last 3 years from Chelsea is not one of us! Andrew, take full rensposibility for this!

  16. D
    February 8, 2010 at 3:43 pm #

    take it or leave it. the title charge is over, over, and over….., if you cannot swallow it then probably you need to wake up. AW is just another loser, you cannot win titles being stingy, clubs like ManU and Chelsea will continue to win and win because they know that good players win titles, not small kids being groomed and tauted as title contenders, well, maybe after another 5 years when they have moved on to other clubs when they are mature. gooners, better prepare, this is another season like the last, no trophies, nothing, just kids who play beautiful football!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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