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(The Week UK)   Soccer star insists his allegiances are to his team and his sponsors, not to a murderous group of Jihadi terrorists waging war in the deserts of Syria. Internet looks at him with a skeptical look on its face   (theweek.co.uk) divider line 9
    More: Strange, Lassana Diarra, arsenals, Lokomotiv Moscow, Syrians, Diarra, African descent, Cristiano Ronaldo, La Liga  
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2014-04-10 04:28:46 PM
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2014-04-10 04:44:59 PM
Why does the headline say former Arsenal star when he only played there for 1 season after he had played for Chelsea for 2 seasons? He has also played for Portsmouth and Real Madrid and currently plays for Locomotiv Moscow.
 
2014-04-10 04:45:23 PM
See Wenger? You go a while without winning any trophies and websites start accusing former players as terrorists. Standard operating procedure.
 
2014-04-10 05:05:53 PM

balfourk: Why does the headline say former Arsenal star when he only played there for 1 season after he had played for Chelsea for 2 seasons? He has also played for Portsmouth and Real Madrid and currently plays for Locomotiv Moscow.


Because Arsenal is more popular than the other teams you mentioned
 
2014-04-10 07:51:57 PM
Kinda hard to wage jihad when you fall over and grab your ankle every time you hear a gunshot.
 
2014-04-10 08:05:16 PM

Lost Thought 00: balfourk: Why does the headline say former Arsenal star when he only played there for 1 season after he had played for Chelsea for 2 seasons? He has also played for Portsmouth and Real Madrid and currently plays for Locomotiv Moscow.

Because Arsenal is more popular than the other teams you mentioned


Also. Didn't the guy in the video say he used to play for Arsenal?
 
2014-04-11 04:31:42 AM
If subby would have said football star instead of soccer star, as he easily could have, then DeSean Jackson jokes could have been made, which might have opened up a wider and more spirited dialogue.
 
2014-04-11 08:18:56 AM

p the boiler: Lost Thought 00: balfourk: Why does the headline say former Arsenal star when he only played there for 1 season after he had played for Chelsea for 2 seasons? He has also played for Portsmouth and Real Madrid and currently plays for Locomotiv Moscow.

Because Arsenal is more popular than the other teams you mentioned

Also. Didn't the guy in the video say he used to play for Arsenal?


Yep.  That's why the headlines says that.  Logic.  How does it work?
 
2014-04-11 09:38:21 AM

Lost Thought 00: Because Arsenal is more popular than the other teams you mentioned


More popular than Real? They have just about double the revenue, though my mind was blown that Arsenal is fourth on this list as of 2012. Is Arsenal really all that awesome? To a casual viewer who pays more attention to the Bundesliga and MLS I never seem to hear about them.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbes%27_list_of_the_most_valuable_foo tb all_clubs#2012_rankings
 
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