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Art Vandelay

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    Fat beats for my rhymes. Mad clips for my nine.

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  1. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    Really pleased that Freddie has got some rewards for being brave with his line-up. With Martinelli’s engine we suddenly had a functioning front three for 15 minutes there.
  2. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    Even if we get the resurrected corpse of Herbert Chapman in and we somehow manage to turn this rabble into world beaters, I’m not going to forget in a hurry the players who just completely gave up on this football club.
  3. The jiggling is almost hypnotic.
  4. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    The slightly concerning thing is that it’s been a relatively kind run of fixtures and we’ve still made a complete horlicks of it. With the table so squished up it would really only take a couple more shit results (during a very challenging few weeks) to have us right in the mix near the relegation zone. Something I never thought I’d see. Why we didn’t sort the manager situation at the start of the international break and have even an inkling of who we wanted to get in is so unbelievably stupid.
  5. You joke now, but you’ll be laughing on the other side of your face the day a troupe of contemporary jazz dancers turn up and start issuing baffling threats and indiscriminately shoving people over.
  6. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    It’s impossible to know where to start. A new manager won’t fix things and anyone who’s convinced themselves it will is deluded. There’s no impetus for us to compete because that’s not why we exist. We’re a middling sports franchise that exists in the portfolio of other average teams that belong to an owner who doesn’t care. No team has ever won anything being led by someone with such an active disinterest in sporting success. Emery was a disaster, but I doubt Klopp or Guardiola could’ve got a tune out of this group. Some good players in there, but it’s a lopsided mess of a squad that’s had years of neglect. There’s really only so much you can do on the training pitch when the pieces just don’t fit. Sometimes the everyman pundits on Sky and Talksport are right – spanking a record fee on Pepe and ignoring our centre half and midfield issues was just daft. As fun as it was to sign an exciting winger, that transfer looks to be bordering on catastrophic at this point. We’re rumbling on for over a decade with the same issues in our team. What manager stands a realistic chance in those circumstances?
  7. Another super-serious Bond for these troubled times we live in. I think Craig looking and sounding like he really despises doing these doesn’t help too. Casino Royale was really enjoyable and definitely one of the best Bonds, but his others have really stunk the place out. I’m not sure it’s a popular opinion, but Skyfall especially annoys me with it’s stupidly convoluted route to get the baddie banged up so he can break out again and get up to his antics. It’s just such a scruffy rubbish plot that irritates me to even think about. One thing I loved from Casino Royale was that opening monochrome sequence. It was so genuinely gritty and exciting and evoked such a strong Cold War espionage vibe. It would be an absolute bomb I’m sure, but I wish someone would go rogue and inject some radical thinking like that. I mean, if you want something surprising maybe don’t expect it from the 25th sequel in a series, but give it a bash maybe lads.
  8. This is clearly untrue as I distinctly remember in the documentary Chucklevision where a Mr B. Chuckle pops up with a last second headed winner, only to realise in calamitous circumstances that he done so at the wrong end to condemn the Millers to defeat. A dark, confusing moment in their history.
  9. In addition to that, I would like to point out that Purple Music has also finally had an official release. Definitely one of the best bootlegs that has been knocking around, and just shows you how perfect 1999 is that it didn’t make the cut. There’s more ideas in this ten minutes than most people have in a career, and also features Prince doing that thing where he says YISS. https://open.spotify.com/track/7xBLweURH2SSsyI72UGRCe?si=ywzgjioCTTWeIq33zgcM9A
  10. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    And there you go. Let’s a load of bookings go and bottles dealing with a red card challenge. At what stage does VAR get involved in that?
  11. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    Ah, didn’t see the Krul booking. I don’t mind a bit of shithousery but the ref is just letting the game wash over him.
  12. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    The ref was so weak in the build up to that penalty. Cut down on the antics and this won’t be an issue. Pathetic officiating.
  13. Oh nice, glad you liked it. There’s loads of Airto albums that are super cheap so I’ve been trying to pick a few more up. Promises of the Sun is another cracker. The live version of that Basement Jaxx tune is great. I’ve had it on repeat for ages.
  14. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    It’s bound to be another technocrat the club can control. The idea of having some balls out maniac like Simeone or even a personality like Klopp is so far from what the new executive structure would want there’s no point us dreaming of such an appointment.
  15. Art Vandelay

    Arsenal

    His football is so joyless. I’d be a bit disappointed with him to be honest, despite how big of a statement it would be. I’d be tempted to get Rafa and see where the chips fall this summer.
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