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Submitted by jak3y13oy 865d ago | highlight

Highlights: Bradford City 1-1 Arsenal (AET Pens 3-2) (Capital One Cup - Quarter Finals - 11/12/12)

(1-0) Thompson 16'

(1-1) Vermaelen 88' (Arsenal, Other Cups)

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RGB  +   866d ago
Bradford born and bred! Not a City fan (mainly because I hate English football) but very proud of the team as a Bradfordian! Done the City proud and the region of West Yorkshire! Congratulations! :D
crazyturkey  +   866d ago
Today before the game, I thought I was going to see a change in form from Arsenal. I was ready to see how some of the young guns and subs were doing and then I saw the starting line up. I thought that something like this result would happen, because our starters would get too cocky to play properly, not to mention that they haven't been playing like that in a while. Now the little confidence that they had has been crushed with shame more than anything. The only positive I can get out of this game is that when Rosicky, Cazorla and Wilshere were in midfield the team at times looked like the Arsenal of two seasons ago. However, this was helped by Bradford's players tired legs.
krazykombatant  +   866d ago
And arsene wegner still manages arsenal, this when will enough be enough for arsenal fans, please someone tell me????
imtiyaz6  +   865d ago
Wenger's not the problem, the board is. It's the board who're actually sucking the life out of the club. It doesn't matter if Mourinho or even Guardiola comes in, it's the board who're stingy and only want profits. No manager can succeed with this greedy board and an owner, who I'm sure doesn't give a rat's ass about our club. What pisses me off most, is how we lost all our players that Wenger bought in when he started concentrating on youth. All those time and money Arsenal spent on players like Fabregas, Van Persie and Nasri have been wasted and it's because of our board's failure to keep them.
krazykombatant  +   865d ago
Oh please, its been what 7 years since arsenal won anything, the only that is all Wegner does grow the kids up and sell them for profit.

Last off season it was said wegner would have plenty of money to buy people, but he never buys anyone. He only sells sells sells, Arsenal are basically the opposite of man city. I don't know whats worse being a team that barely spends and manages to squeak into the top four by barely spending, or the fact that they've become a feeder club for Barca, and other top teams that won to win the silverware.
buddymagoo  +   865d ago
I'm starting to pity Arsenal.
Thefreeman012  +   865d ago
Hahahahah 8 of their 11 starters and they can't beat npower league 2 team. No disrespect and All props to Bradford for winning but holy crap arsenal what's next? The only thing that can be more humiliating than that is being relegated .... On a side note, Bradford's goals looked quite odd
momthemeatloaf  +   865d ago
Lol a league 2 team? Arsenal is a joke, the biggest small club in the world

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