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Muamba Ready For Gunners Challenge

Bolton Fabrice Muamba’s recent performances haven’t lived up to the hype surrounding the Reebok hardman.

Wanderers boss Gary Megson believes he has something to prove tomorrow evening, in a game which will see Muamba face his former team.

Gary Megson says the England under-21 international’s form has dipped since starring on the opening day of the season against Stoke, mirroring Wanderers’ own slump in fortunes.

“He started the season very well against Stoke, I thought he had a fantastic game,” Megson said. “But his standard since then hasn’t quite reached that height.”

Muamba joined then-Premier League side Birmingham in January 2007 from Arsenal for an initial £2 million pounds, that fee eventually rose to £4 million following criteria on appearances being met.

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Stu
Stu
12 years ago

I'm a big fan of Muamba and its a shame he wasn't deemed good enough for us. He may be a hard tackler but he aint bad with the ball at his feet either. Hopefully though he plays bad for one more game and we get a win this weekend.

GoonerChris
12 years ago

I agree mate.

He is a very good footballer and would of fit in well if he was at the club at the moment. On the other hand, I'm not sure if he Muamba would jump straight into the team here. He suits Bolton's long-ball style perfect.

Taufik N
12 years ago

Haha,, what a bunch of noobs Spuds is…

chrissie_greeno
chrissie_greeno
12 years ago

Now “Oddjob” and “Junior” have gone I think it’s time for Bent to step up to the plate and show why he was worth £18.

Mr. T
Mr. T
12 years ago

He ate bad lasagna…he’s talking pure shit!

chrissie_greeno
chrissie_greeno
12 years ago

Must be fun at the “spurs camp” , I’ve heard during the international break they have set up some tough friendlies with 3rd Hitchin St Martins Scout Pack and West Chortletown Boys Brigade.

Leebo
Leebo
12 years ago

Every time Spurs sign a new player they say the same thing, ‘I’m gunning for the gunners’ but after they get beat the only thing they’re gunning for is a move to a big club!

slipperywhenwet
slipperywhenwet
12 years ago

Oh come on let the tosser score a consolation to make it 5:1 to the Gunners in the 89th minute when the kids are on and he can be a hero for the c***s

aaron
aaron
12 years ago

damn right they wont challenge. they’ll be lucky to finish 10th. we’ll win by at least a 3 goal margin…Nasri to score and hack pavlyuchenko along the way

rellends
rellends
12 years ago

sergei rebrov anyone?

Me
Me
12 years ago

i dunno why we even listenin to this pavlyucrappo mutha fucka. he is NOTHING.

good luck tryin to score past us u floppy haired wanker brain.

he is just pure shiz and only looked good cos of arseshaving when he played for russia at the euros.

Moray
Moray
12 years ago

Rebrov mark 2. will they never learn?? Let’s hope not.

tiny
tiny
12 years ago

hes a good player dont be fooled…..im a gooner but i aint foolish to think this guy is another revrob and any arsenal fans thinking this better be ready….thing is though spurs have gotta get the ball of us first to pass it to him

hkjhjk
hkjhjk
12 years ago

a hero they r sad

Goon
Goon
12 years ago

Everyone here this news on Adebayor? Any truth. Sounds like he’s completely lost the plot. Fucking weirdo.

arsenehollis
arsenehollis
12 years ago

But did you here what rebrov and some russian journalist said about Totenham? Said it barely looks like england, dirty, smashed windows, derelict houses, they feared for there safety. Sounds about right. The reacist shit was out of line, but the rest is pretty funny.

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THEO is the name today, not pavlahuhuahahh

Stu
Stu
12 years ago

I’m a big fan of Muamba and its a shame he wasn’t deemed good enough for us. He may be a hard tackler but he aint bad with the ball at his feet either. Hopefully though he plays bad for one more game and we get a win this weekend.

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