Posts by ladybugg

    My brother and I are also collecting the Panini stickers. Cool, we are not the only "children" :D

    These stickers seem to be huge literally everywhere but Poland :D I mean, they're available, but almost everyone I know, if they DO collect Panini, it's cards. I sell them at work and we didn't even order stickers this time, still have plenty of Champions League leftovers. Anyways, it's great fun. I really missed collecting stuff :thumbsup:

    Okay. So I've just opened my first Panini trading cards packet today :P got into the spirit a bit and figured it's high time to start the World Cup thread.

    Since Polish football is so hopeless that it's basically non-existent on both club and international level, I'm definitely gonna be rooting for ze Germans this year. It used to be Argentina, but lately I've become attached to many, many players of Die Mannschaft and would really love to see them do well.

    What about you guys?

    I have never seen Zagumny with such a poor ball distribution. How could you set one of your OHs three balls in five sets??? 60 passes to Witczak, 41 to Kooy. I guess their tactics are pretty simple after all.

    There's a rumour Ruciak has some health issues and Guma was trying to hide him in attack. The funny thing is that it actually worked, because Resovia didn't seem to notice :D maybe it was nerves.

    EDIT: Yup, confirmed. He's on libero today.

    Thank you. I missed the matches for the 9° place between Gdansk and Bydgoszcz. Where I can find the result?

    I'm not really sure how playouts work right now with 12 teams, but I don't think there was such a match. Just one tie for each. To be honest, one more round in a closed league would be a truly pointless farce.

    Still a better shareholder could have eased the burden for arsene :D

    Maybe. But the issue is not only with money. It's the fact that one man has basically all the power, and therefore is responsible for way too many things. The club needs a so-called director of football, at least. Some help for Arsene at the administrative level. Everything would instantly become easier for everyone.

    Oh im not only focusing on cups cause even in the epl chelsea have performed better in a certain time period than them since the owner of nuggets became the majority owner of arsenal ;)

    The majority shareholder (because he's not the owner) has nothing to do with Arsenal's current situation. He's not ideal in the long run, I agree, and maybe could have invested some of his own money instead of sitting back and watching the value of the club grow considerably, but at the moment the most important person in the whole of Arsenal is actually Arsene Wenger. He was the one to build us a stadium and still managed to keep the team fairly competitive. There's a reason every other top club plans to do the same thing, they plan and plan for years and yet not one has actually started. It's freaking hard work.
    Anyway, back to the point - Wenger has always been the one to make the most crucial decisions. He's an educated man, an economist, he knows what he's doing. If he asked for more money right now, I'm fairly sure he would get it. The problem is, after years of constraints caused by the stadium debt, he developed something of a financial conscience. And that's not necessarily the best thing to have for a football manager. It holds the team back.

    Okay, now I'm really done writing essays in response to one sentence.

    well chelsea and man u have a better record than them , anyway your an arsenal fan so i'll not say bad things against them :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

    Ummm, qualifying to the semis doesn't mean sh*t if you don't lift the actual trophy in the end, and when it comes to winning the thing, only Man United have a better record than Arsenal (+1). So there you go.
    I don't mind fair criticism, but your argument is really stupid. FA Cup and CL are both knockout competitions where anything can happen. If you really want to hit back at Arsenal, might be a better idea to focus on the league.