10 Reasons why we will beat Hull CITY+ starting XI

Before I start slaughtering Hull City and how we will stuff them tonight I’d like to wish their fans all the best with keeping the name Hull City. Owners are just custodians of football clubs, without fan’s there wouldn’t be clubs, Owners should bare that in mind.

1.. Chesney’s save in the 2nd half Vs Cardiff was every bit as important as our 2nd and 3rd goals. GREAT points winning save and the sign of a keeper really on top form.

2.. Gibbs and Sagna are both on form, both doing great defensive work as well as knowing when to push forward. Sadly with Sagna having a slight hamstring injury and Gibbs needing protecting we may see Monreal and Jenks step in.

3.. BFG and Kos must be the best centreback pairing right now in England if not Europe.

4.. Ramsey, 2 goals with zero celebrations against his former boyhood club. If that’s not the mark of a true Arsenal man and future captain I don’t know what is.

5.. Jack, Proving a lot of people wrong, myself included, he can play in any position in midfield if needed.

6.. Ozil, even when he looks quiet he’s capable of pulling a few strings and picking out a pass which leads to a goal.

7.. A few cameo appearances so far from returning from injury, Theo, about time he started a game. I’ve never rated him coming off the bench.

8.. Hull city; played 13, won 5, drawn 2, lost 6, scoring only 12 goals and letting in 16. They even managed to lose to tottenh*m 1 nil (guessing that was a last min penalty, but I wont bother checking).

9.. Giroud, even when he doesn’t score he is involved and it’s about time people looked at him as more a number 10 than an out and out striker.

10.. Wenger knows, December is going to be a tricky month and could shape our season so some careful squad rotation is needed.

Chesney, Jenks, BFG, Kos, Monreal, Flamini, Rosicky, Ramsey, Jack, Theo, Giroud.


8 thoughts on “10 Reasons why we will beat Hull CITY+ starting XI

      1. Geoff Windas

        I’ll be here. If we lose tonight, no-one will be surprised. If we win or come away with a draw Arsenal will be too embarassed to give praise where its due, it will be a case of ‘Arsenal had an off night!’

  1. goonersx Post author

    Geoff…I will check the comments in the morning…but altho I think we will stuff you tonight I wish you all the best with keeping your City.

    1. frank thomas

      Hull City fan here.

      Fair enough Arsenal thinking they’ll easy beat us.

      But thanks for your support in keeping our name – respect.

  2. Circo

    I have purchased and read three or four jQuery books and this is hands down the most clpomete.Other books step through simple examples of jQuery selectors, method syntax and usage. The authors of Learning jQuery take a different approach by building example pages up from bare html and adding and refining jQuery functionality as they go. For the most part this approach works for me. I can always look up specific jQuery methods elsewhere if I need another viewpoint or additional information.I changed my mind and rated the book at five stars vs four. Originally I was going to ding it a star for not being as comprehensive as the website. But you can’t pack it all into a finite set of pages, and that in my mind is the one weakness (minor) of the approach the authors took. The jQuery website is the go to resource for a clpomete listing of jQuery functions. The book is an excellent companion to the website.


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