A tribute as Arsenal reach new landmark under Arsene Wenger

Wojciech Szczesny 09

We reached 100 Red Cards

Result aside, The Arsenal and Arsene Wenger achieved a landmark on Wednesday. Wojciech Szczesny became the 100th player to be sent off during Arsene’s tenure and to mark this momentous occasion, below is TheSundayMorningGooner’s homage.

(Old Skool song, but think it works?)

 WE’VE REACHED 100 RED CARDS

(Lyrics by TheSundayMorningGooner, Music by Billy Joel)

Stevie Bould, Tony Adams, Ian Wright, Johnny Hartson

Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams, little Jason Crowe

Manu Petit, Pat Vieira, Number 2 from Pat Vieira,

Dennis Bergkamp Martin Keown, Petit had to go

Emanuel Petit 01

Lee Dixon, Romford Pele, Martin Keown, Grimandi

One more for Pat Vieira and a double for Petit

Martin Keown, Grimandi, Vivas, a fourth for Paddy

Freddie Ljungberg, a third for Keown, another for Grimandi

Grimandi

We’ve reached 100 red cards

Apparently, it’s always been coming

Since Wenger’s been controlling

We reached 100 red cards

No we didn’t want it

But let’s now embrace it

Thierry Henry, Horsey Luzhny, 5 for Paddy, 6 for Paddy

Grimandi’s fourth, Razor’s fourth, a seventh for Paddy

Red for Ca$hley, fourth for Marty, Johnny Halls and Oleg Luzhny

Parlour the 3rd, Keown the 5th and a red for Giovanni

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For Bergkamp, 3 for Luzhny, 4 for Parlour, 8 for Paddy

A first Toure, a first Campbell and an early bath for Cygan

One more for Campbell, one for Franny, one more for Campbell, one more for Paddy

Another Ca$hley, another Marty and a first for Ralph Lauren

Lauren 01

We’ve reached 100 red cards

Apparently, it’s always been coming

Since Wenger’s been controlling

We reached 100 red cards

No we didn’t want it

But let’s now embrace it

Vieria’s 10, Bergkamp’s 3, Jose Reyes and Van Persie,

Gilberto Silva, Van Persie and Jens in the final

Fabregas and Senderos, Gilberto and Senderos

2 for Toure, Adebayor and Senderos for a triple

Philippe Senderos 01

Den-ilson, Eboue, Bendtner, a fit Diaby

Van Persie, Adebayor and Emmanuel Eboue

Vermaelen, Koscielny, Alex Song and a young Jackie

Bacary, Bacary and some centre back called Squillaci

We’ve reached 100 red cards

Apparently, it’s always been coming

Since Wenger’s been controlling

We reached 100 red cards

No we didn’t want it

But let’s now embrace it

Sebastien Squillaci 01

Koscielny and Diaby, Jenkinson and Van Persie,

Wilshere, Gervinho, Frimpong and Djourou

Jenkinson, BFG, Koscielny and Ollie

Number 4 for Koscielny, with 4 more left to do

Laurent Koscielny 10

Arteta, Arteta, the stand-in captain should have known better

Flamini and Szczesny and that’s 100 totally

We’ve reached 100 red cards

Apparently, it’s always been coming

Since Wenger’s been controlling

We reached 100 red cards

No we didn’t want it

But let’s now embrace it

Patrick Vieira 02

TheSundayMorningGooner:  Starting a fire

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Steve Wellman


One Response to A tribute as Arsenal reach new landmark under Arsene Wenger

  1. Hitman February 25, 2014 at 2:40 pm #

    You must have a lot of time on your hands

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