Date: 25th January 2007 at 12:53am
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After years of speculation, David Dein has finally been exposed for the charlatan that he really is.

On the night that Arsenal took on the mighty Spurs at White Hart Lane, David Dein was found to have been in cahoots with his old buddies at the FA, and the London ministry of transport.

As we all know, David Dein has always had full control of the FA, and even though it has nothing to do with it, the Premier League as well. And now it seems Dein has been using these contacts as a means to his own ends.

After hours of discussions, Dein managed to convince the FA & the ministry of transport to stage a traffic jam in order to delay the Arsenal team bus and unsettle the waiting Tottenham team.

Subsequently, after taking a 2-0 lead, the Tottenham team tiered and were pegged back to 2-2. Mission accomplished by Dein.

However, the Tottenham management and board will look to foil DD’s almost fool proof plan by requesting that the original kick off times be used for the final outcome of the match.

If their appeal is successful, Arsenal will have both their goals chalked off as the match kicked off 30 minutes late and the Gunners goals were both scored in the last half hour of the match.

Daniel Levy is preparing a well thought out letter as we speak.

Watch this space.


40 Replies to “David Dein Corruption Uncovered”

  • Dontcha just love it when they give it large…..then just fall apart. That was like their whole of last season compressed into 90 minutes…Lead for some much of the way, the bottled it like a bunch of big girls!!!!

  • Ah ha! FOD has been saying since 1928 that in 2007 a man named David Dein will cause a traffic jam in 2007 to set up a 2-2 draw at WHL in the semi final of the carling Cup!! He’s the root of all evil is DD…him and Mc Donalds…

  • It was all quite plausible until the final sentence, everyone knows that tool Levy has never composed a well thought sentence let alone a letter.

  • “That was like their whole of last season compressed into 90 minutes” – LOL…I almost feel sorry for the Spuds.

  • and how great was robinson ? i mean my coffee nearly spat all overall my mates TV when i saw him c oming, we both shouted GOAL at the same time when we saw fatty robbo coming out so quick, he must have had some lasagne, cos we reckon he needed the loo pretty quick.

  • I am quite happy with the fact that the eam really has depth now. The work of building is bringing good results. It can only be good for the future.

  • Denilson looks some player. He looks like a brazilian Fabregas! great passer and seems to have lot’s of time on the ball. Think he is going to a top player and is only 18…. Walcott seems a bit lost on the wing and looked a lot brighter when put up top with the “Beast” We have the team of the future and to think Bendtner, Lupoli, Muamba, are all on loan gaining experience.

  • Hard to stomach mate – I think 2-2 was about right on balance of play, just feel we are gonna need to be even luckier to beat you. Our 2nd goal was not a free kick admittedly, but i think the beast could defo have seen red before gobbling 2 goals. When he was on a yellow he gestured to the ref to book Defoe (which Wenger did not see lol) and Keane was defo onside for 3-1. But if you cant hold onto a 2 goal lead….then you dont deserve victory. I was sitting so close to you scum aswell! lol

  • It was a great game and superb atmosphere. I must admit I was thinking about flogging my ticket for the return leg after 20 minutes. Note to self….have as much faith in the kids as Arsene does.

  • I am deflated but dont think we are totally out of it. a draw of any kind will see us into ET. One thing i would point out is that the players on show who could most be classed as “kids” (Walcott and Traore for example) actually struggled. Wenger got the balance right for you i think.

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