The plight of Emmanuel Eboue

hughy

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#42
Never liked the prick so won't feel sorry for him. He dived against us in a 2-2 draw at the lane which led to us being screwed out of a win, and he always liked a tumble against us, even against Barcelona he tried his magic diving antics.

He lived the dream of being a footballer, he's never had to work a 12 hour shift in a factory. He's owned fast cars most of us couldn't even rent for a day. Bollocks to the Arsenal fucker, you're leaving the dream now mate, Pot Noodles & quavers for lunch.

He will be bailed out by someone in the media like a lot of these ex gamblers, skint footballers who land some pundit job
Have you considered some of us might like quavers?
 
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Certain posts on here remind me that some people just can't see past the fact that at the end of the day, football is just a game. If you don't feel sorry for him because he used to play for Arsenal, then you're a cockwomble, simple as
Well said
 

mano-obe

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hughy said:
Have you considered some of us might like quavers?
Pot noodle and Quavers are sublime. Welcome to the real world Eboue that's what I say.

Whilst every man and his dog are sticking up for Eboue the court just dont give the kids solely to the mother or no visiting rights unless something really bad has happened.

He earnt over 15m quid in his career. Not sure why we should feel sorry for the clown
 

NinjaTuna

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Pot noodle and Quavers are sublime. Welcome to the real world Eboue that's what I say.

Whilst every man and his dog are sticking up for Eboue the court just dont give the kids solely to the mother or no visiting rights unless something really bad has happened.

He earnt over 15m quid in his career. Not sure why we should feel sorry for the clown
Perhaps we should feel sorry for him because he is unable to see his children...?

EDIT: Thank you for going down my profile and spamming various other posts I've made with dislikes. I think this tells me all i need to know about you. Don't bother replying to me (y)
 
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Perhaps we should feel sorry for him because he is unable to see his children...?

EDIT: Thank you for going down my profile and spamming various other posts I've made with dislikes. I think this tells me all i need to know about you. Don't bother replying to me (y)
He did the same as i disliked what he said earlier lol
 

Johnny J

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Whilst every man and his dog are sticking up for Eboue the court just dont give the kids solely to the mother or no visiting rights unless something really bad has happened.
This is often true, but not always. I've seen cases where fathers with poor or no legal representation have been taken to the cleaners, and denied visiting right, through little fault of their own. It's definitely unusual and there's more to this story than we know atm, but let's not be too quick to judge; even if he did play for Arsenal, he's still a human being.
 

Shadydan

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Perhaps we should feel sorry for him because he is unable to see his children...?

EDIT: Thank you for going down my profile and spamming various other posts I've made with dislikes. I think this tells me all i need to know about you. Don't bother replying to me (y)
He's either a contrarian or an attention seeker, probably both...no even any point getting into anything with him.
 

piedpiper

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He did the same as i disliked what he said earlier lol
I once had two posters in particular whom i gave a doh or disagree rating and they went through my previous posts to suddenly return the compliment.... Needless to say i don't post much but give out ratings frequently and that day i decided to return the favour....i tired them out.
 
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