Match Preview: Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal - Premier League 21.02.2015
Chamakh. Sanogo. Two one-time Gunners, two towering presences along the front line. One brings the hair; t’other, the chaos. Together, they could terrorize the Arsenal defense, and—oh. Sanogo can’t play against Arsenal? More’s the pity. Then again, he’s hardly found time on the pitch, begging certain questions about the purpose of the loan. More to the point, though, Palace’s attack hardly depended on ol’ Yaya in the first place (or Chamakh, for that matter). So who are we up against?
Arsenal fans are in uproar as their FA Cup quarter final against Manchester United at Old Trafford has bene confirmed for a MONDAY night.
TV companies still haven't got to grips with how best to showcase their alloted fixtures with minimal disruption and inconvenience to paying football supporters. In a move of breathtaking stupidity BBC has decided to broadcast Aston Villa vs West Brom at 5.30pm on a Saturday and Manchester United vs Arsenal at 7.45pm on a Monday.
With the twirling, dusty winds of the plains battering each building that inhabited what the denizens called a town, these very people were hunkered down in the saloon. The place that old or young frequented, it was the epicentre for all. Ol' Adrian was rushed off his feet trying to serve all who were drinking this day. Lucky enough the only thing on the menu was whisky.
Jamie was letting his fingers do the talking, playing endless ditties on the organ. The tunes he belted out on the ivories weren't exactly melodic but enough to blot out people focusing on their humdrum existence. The whisky helped too.