Eboue is a f*cking retard


Full stop.

No, seriously, what else is there to say? I’m sure I’ll come up with something brilliant and incisive in the morning but for right now I just suggest you read this article and see if you agree that Eboue is a Fucking Retard. Feel free to comment below.


23 Responses to “Eboue is a f*cking retard”

  1. 1 Matt
    February 8, 2009 at 1:52 pm

    Dude up and went full retard.

    Everybody knows you never go full retard.

  2. 2 Brian
    February 8, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    he was one of our best players unil the red card.
    but he does havae he intelligence of a six year old feline.

    eboue’s mind: “hmm i’m actually playing well for once. the fans might not boo me next time! better kick modric despite my yellow card. just to show my commitment”

  3. 3 jo
    February 8, 2009 at 2:30 pm

    lets not be too hard on him he played well until he got sent off, this could be a turning point

  4. 4 Taz09
    February 8, 2009 at 2:38 pm

    I agree Eboue is a Fcking tard we cant afford slip ups like that but i dont know who to blame do we blame Wenger for playing him or do we blame Eboue. 1 thing i do know is that if i was in charge i would defo not play him Vela can play on the wing he was on the bench. Also Arshavin and Eddy were on the bench if they are on the bench they r fit to play in my eyes, But no Wenger goes and puts the worst team i have ever seen on the pitch Song, Denilson and Bendtner are very poor players. I know Eddy has only just come back from a broken leg and Arshavin is not fully fit but he could of give them the last half hour it would of gave us a chance.

  5. 5 Davetxu
    February 8, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    I personally think that Eboue must surely be the most stupid player I have ever ever seen, ever. Everyone (except Arsene) knew he was going to get a red card after the first yellow, it was so obvious. When you’ve got someone as stupid as that on the pitch, it’s just a matter of time. I can’t decide which was the most ridiculous of the yellow cards; the one where he keeps acting like a complete retarded knob until he finally gets booked, or the one where, knowing that he is already on a yellow card, in a game where we absolutely must win against our bitter rivals (I’m maybe giving him a bit of credit here as this would assume that whatever he has as a brain substitute can register more than one fact at a time)he decides to kick out off the ball at a player 2 metres in front of the fourth official. I’m just gutted it wasn’t a straight red, as 2 yellows is only a one game ban. Do you think that we could ask the FA to look at it again, we could get it upgraded to a straight red so that at least we could console ourselves with the fact that we wouldn’t have to see him again for at least 3 matches.

  6. 6 Sam
    February 8, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    I agreed with Taz09.

    I’d blame Wenger for playing him. Where’s the accountability on the field?

    Eboue is known for committing silly fouls and feigning injuries.

  7. 7 sems
    February 8, 2009 at 3:09 pm

    eboue deserves a christian bale taz song was brilliant bendtner was great so why are they poor?

  8. 8 Joel Cairo
    February 8, 2009 at 3:18 pm

    What else is there to say? How about the ref robbed us on the goal? Or that Clichy was lunch meat for Lennon — if Lennon had any skill, Spurs would have claimed the three points. Or Pavlychenko? Does he have a “Ten Free Fouls and Warnings” card from Mike Dean?

    Eboue was stupid on the second yellow. He gets so intense that he acts like a child. But, really, we should have been ahead 1-0 when he was sent off. If you want to be mad at him, its because he left after a spell when he was almost the only threat, not because he is mentally brain-damaged.

    Taz, if I could be as insensitive as you, I’d use your word against you. How about for once writing your commentary after watching the game, instead of before it starts, which is what you seem to do.

  9. 9 Keith Barham
    February 8, 2009 at 3:23 pm

    Tim, you covered it already. There isn’t anything more to add.

    Whether he got robbed of a goal is irrelevant. What he did was stupid and that hurt as much as the disallowed goal.

    What an @sshole.

  10. 10 caribkid
    February 8, 2009 at 4:42 pm


    Please watch the game before commenting. Song was one of the best players on the pitch today.

    Eboue, what can I say. Eboue is Eboue. Based on his history, Arsene should have subbed him after the first stupid yellow. Both were silly and unnecessary yellows.

  11. 11 gooner
    February 8, 2009 at 5:24 pm

    We all know aboue is a retard. It’s old news. Even when he plays well, his decision making in the third part of the field is at par with a 6 year old. It’s perplexing how one can keep making bad decisions every time. So I don’t blame him. He’s always been like that. I blame Wenger for having so much misplaced trust on him. He was a fine right back. Should have left him there. Converting him to a right sided midfield has cost Arsenal so much. So basically Wenger ruined his career. That aside, this Arsenal team looked so ordinary. They don’t even deserve to be in the top 4. Denilson and Song was just utterly hopeless. Did you notice how many times Keane and Modric shrugged them off? Song is suppose to be a defensive midfielder. He’s hardworking but he keeps getting passed on. Check the replays. He’s slow and regardless what everyone says, no one can seriously say he deserves a starting line up on team aspiring to win the premiership. Spurs had the middle of the park and Spurs is a shit of a team. Let’s call a spade a spade, Arsenal doesn’t deserve to be in the top 4 spot.

  12. 12 T-Town Alex
    February 8, 2009 at 7:14 pm

    Guys – I agree with most of the postings, but I think we should look at the important point we learned today. I think we all know that Eboue is a train wreck that is just waiting to happen sooner or later. No point even talking about it. I think Taz09 has a good point in that Wenger seems to have lost the plot. Yes, he has had a great career, but this looks more and more like a guy who has been doing the same thing a little too long without the benefit of criticism. He is doing a lot of stupid things this year. If this was another team or another coach, he would be fired. Specifically, the use of players at his disposal is awful at best. Just look at the stubborn and misguided use of Eboue, Bentner, Gallas (the cantaincy episode). How about the stubborn and misguided no-use of Vela, or Simpson. How about the stubborn stance in the Arshavin transfer? Don’t blame Zenith for 100% of the pissing contest that went on for a whole month. The emerging theme seems to be ‘stubborn’ and ‘misguided’. Sorry if some of you are shocked, but I think Arsene should be fired. I know this is blasphemy, but it is time for more accountability than this.
    Another thing that bothers me is the lack of ability to adjust the game plan when needed. The team is extremely predictable. Clever substitutions are non-existent. I could add more, but I stop here. I think Wenger is our #1 problem.
    My comments on the game:
    1- Our best player was Almunia. Song is mediocre at best.
    2- The goal should not have disallowed. Even the TV commentators saw it.
    3- Clichy plays a high-risk game as always. Symbolic moment: The goal saving tackle on whoever it was in our box. Had he been an inch off, it was a penalty + card. Tim has talked about this. Main reason: Our current system which asks too much our our lateral defenders.
    4- Sagna is a much better player than Clichy.

  13. 13 rob
    February 8, 2009 at 8:17 pm

    I guess every team has some loser fans who aren’t happy unless they’ve got someone to hate. At Arsenal, it seems like those fans have chosen Eboue. All the frustrations of this year, last year’s collapse, Eduardo’s injury, getting screwed in the CL and in several big games at the end of last season, failing to keep Flamini etc…gets dumped on him. Its astonishing that a few seasons ago he was hailed as another Wenger miracle playing at right back, now gutless limp-dicks who call themselves fans are screaming for his head like Fergie with his shoe up Scholes’ ass. Why don’t you lame shits just support Fergie or Spuds instead?
    This is a young team and they need time to mature. Wenger hasn’t lost his mind, you idiots have. Coaches, like players, have ambition, and Wenger’s is building a team to surpass the Invincibles. Guess what? It won’t happen overnight, but it will fucking happen. So if Eboue is first choice for our young, injury-ridden team we gotta get behind him and stop dicking around with lame shit. The truth today was that he wrongly had a goal disallowed, barely said anything to the ref and got a soft 1st yellow (how manytimes have we seen Rooney and the like do 10 times worse and not even get a warning?) and the got an equally soft 2nd yellow for a “foul” that wouldn’t have hurt a 4 year old let alone Modric. Cut him some slack and f*cking grow a pair. Stand up and back the team when they need it most. Its easy to cheer when things are going well, but a fan worth his salt can do it when things are rough.

  14. 14 gooner
    February 8, 2009 at 8:35 pm

    Wenger wants to rely on youths but I see several major issues with that

    1- By pushing young players up so fast, they didn’t get the opportunity to develop the winning mentality. Knowing the art of winning games. They haven’t won anything even in their age group.
    2- I doubt that young players can physically withstand the pressure of weekend in week out football. Put a 26 year old footballer next to a 19 year old, you’ll see immediately the difference in the maturity of their muscles. That’s why other team introduces young players gradually. Hence you see the injuries often. To add to that, when you bring in players so young, it’s hard to gauge whether they’ll be injury prone or not. As oppose to buying older players and knowing the players’ history.
    3- It’s a disgrace how Wenger treat senior players. There must always be a balance. Look how the senior Man Utd players are contributing to the team. They always step up when it counts. And I’m sure they contribute their experience on the training pitch daily. Having won so many titles themselves, they know what’s required to win championships. Look at Neville who’s been out injured for so long, be he’s still well treated for the loyalty he’s given to the club.

    I hope I’m wrong.

  15. 15 Travis
    February 8, 2009 at 9:45 pm

    I have to agree that Almunia was vital today. Lets hope we get the result vs Cardiff.

  16. 16 rob
    February 8, 2009 at 9:45 pm

    I guess that’s the difference between Fergies “winners” and Arsene’s Invincibles. The latter played beautiful flowing football with nobility and style. Fergie can only dream of an unbeaten season. Imagine how dominant the current Arsenal squad will be in 5 years when they are closer to 26 years of age and running roughshod over teams because they’ve learned from winning AND losing together. Throw in salary-constraints from a fiscally responsible management and the recipe for taking success to the next level is clear. I agree that a team structure witha wider age distribution will more consistently play at a certain level, but they will never reach the creative and ferocious heights of a team wherein almost all the players are at their physical peak.
    That being said, I feel Gilberto and some of the recent older players seem to have gotten the shit end of the stick. I can only hope they wanted to move on to what they were convinced at the time were greener pastures. God forbid any of the seior united players get screwed by the current crop of idiot refs and they’ll be f*cked off faster than Roy Keane, beckham, Scmeichel, or Heinze cleaning out their United lockers.

  17. 17 peter
    February 8, 2009 at 10:00 pm

    where are your eyes, why cant some one look at the other things that happened but every one is Eboue Eboue Eboue Eboue Eboue was he the only player on the pitch,the day we begin refusing to enter the stadium wenger will get like 4 players who when brought in can make a change but u fools keep on paying to watch all our game and yet the board is growing rich and we fans are not getting what we pay for.so stop blaming one player,we will keep on going down every day if u dont stand up 4 our rights as arsenal fan look at united, loserpool and now astonvilla they spend big and they are getting resuits.

  18. February 8, 2009 at 10:11 pm

    We should not blame only ebue but also the coach who always plays him Ebue likes urging so much and can not cross any ball . Another person who is always doing nothing on the picth is denilison the man ca not pass any ball control the ball we wonder wheather he is a brazilian we shuold sell him

  19. 19 Gooner
    February 8, 2009 at 10:13 pm

    I have not been a fan of Song

    But yesterday he was brilliant. he showed the potential which he has. Pretty ironic, given Denilson ( who I think has been superb throughout the year) played really poorly.

  20. 20 Jet Pinoy Gooner
    February 9, 2009 at 9:39 am

    Song did a good job in the game. You can look at his heat map http://soccernet-akamai.espn.go.com/gamecast?id=243601&page=features&cc=3888&league=ENG.1 He was all over the pitch. He may not be as good as other midfielders but he is a work horse. We also have to bear in mind that Arsene’s hands are tied by financial strings. If these finacial plans are not in place then we will not have an Arsenal to support or watch. Stubborn? He is French what do you expect? The french loves revolution but hate change. The team may not be performing the way we want but there is an assurance that our kids will be enjoying the games at the Emirates when we are too old to punch the keys to put a comment on this blog. If we fire Arsene do you really think the board will get a high profile manager in the caliber of Fergie or the “special one”? I don’t think so. They will sign a manager the way they buy players.

  21. 21 Jet Pinoy Gooner
    February 9, 2009 at 9:42 am

    By the way Eboue’s passing rate is 43% compared to the rest of the team which is 83%

  22. February 9, 2009 at 10:43 am

    he is arsene wenger’s third world love child.

    the cunt should fuck off and stop taking the piss out of The Arsenal.

    the cheating, moaning, lying, dicksplash.

  23. 23 eRiC_the_GoOneR
    February 10, 2009 at 7:13 pm

    I like Eboue. He gives us character. I hope he stays. I know sometimes he loses the plot, he’s ugly, etc. But he wears red & white and I will back him. He has had good games. He has had bad games. But he has alot of heart and plays with alot of passion. The day he does not wear an Arsenal jersey will be the day I bash him, not while he is a gooner.

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