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Sagna Is A Dirty *** - We Have The Video Evidence

Sagna Is A Dirty *** - We Have The Video Evidence

Anyone watching last night's match at the Emirates Stadium will know that Arsenal right-back, Bacary Sagna totally lost the plot and for reasons unknown head butted Pablo Zabaleta.

Pablo went in for a reasonable but fair challenge and what did Sagna do? Yes, we all saw it; the 27-year-old immediately got to his feet and began to rub his forehead against Zabs. In fact if you look closely Sagna actually made a firm and solid impacting assault, which means in my language, head-butt.

Manchester City FC agree with the rest of the footballing world and have decided to challenge referee Mike Jones's decision to red card the full-back. The hearing will be heard by an independent tribunal on Friday morning.

The evidence...



Dirty dirty Arsenal...





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday January 6 2011
Time: 6:46PM

Comments

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I see Wenger is not appealing Sagna's red card. Quite right in my opinion.
Tudor
06/01/2011 18:53:00
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Hilarious coming from a club employing De Jong. Just because you don't know the reason doesn't mean to say there wasn't any. Having been cynically blocked and dumped on his arse your sneaky cheat Zabeleta then goes on to insult him and it must've been pretty bad as Sagna has little to no track record, even ignoring that pikey Bowyer stamping on his thigh last week so get a grip and give the histrionics a rest Tudor
nikolaijns
06/01/2011 19:01:00
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The Liner was right next to the incident. Be interesting to hear how he saw it. Arsenal not appealing on his behalf.
Johnny Baguette
06/01/2011 19:01:00
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Yeah, I was appauled by Match of the Day who said it should have been a yellow card a piece. Zabaleta did absolutely nothing wrong. Also the other week Kaboul got sent off for doing the same thing essentially, the boys in the studio were calling him stupid. Sagna basically pushed his head into his nose 3 or 4 times without much provocation. How the MOTD pundits could argue any different is beyond me, though it's Arsenal, poor, frail, hard done by Arsenal just because a couple of players were on the receiving end of rough tackles. Since then they can do absolutely no wrong, ****ers.
bernio3000
06/01/2011 19:02:00
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nokolaijns, Sagna little to no track record. Sent off last month. One more yellow and he misses a match. Cheers.
Johnny Baguette
06/01/2011 19:04:00
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Getting a yellow is part of the game for defenders especially given the proclivity of todays strikers to hit the deck easily. Yeah that was his 1st EVER red against Belgrade last month and was equally soft. Like I said LITTLE to no track record. Not like he kung fu kicked in a WC final is it Bagel? Cheers.
nikolaijns
06/01/2011 19:10:00
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We all know that Sagna is the leader of the Ashburton Assassins. No stranger to cards he is simply a despicable individual intent on stirring up whatever he can to make up for his lack of prowess as a genuine footballer. How refereshing it was to see Barry level him in the first half. If you dish it out you have to take it. He can't. The only saving grace is that Chicken George's hairstyle is worse than his. Enjoy the Carling Cup, gooners, there's nothing else for yout his season. Can't wait to see the real Barcelona dump the poo man's Barcelona out of the Champions League. Oh..and wouldn't you just love de Jong in your team to look after the rest of your fairies?
pedmachine
06/01/2011 19:17:00
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Every club has retarded fans, e.g. Tudor, but they are usually around for the sole purpose of ridicule. How on earth have you managed to get a job posting articles?
Tom14
06/01/2011 19:17:00
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Tudor, this is little more than a pathetic attempt to generate traffic on this board. I know you'd like to get more gooners on here but you need to concentrate on attracting more of your own fans. I admit last nights performance makes your job harder, but try posting something interesting. You never know.
Wyn Mills
06/01/2011 19:19:00
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sagna didn't help his case when he dismissed zab's olive branch as they were going off, just looked like a petulant child. De jong was on his best behaviour last night as well and got booked for a nothing challenge for no other reason other than that his previous mistakes make him a marked man with refs.
butty1
06/01/2011 19:37:00
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