Wenger’s Crimea Moment

Arsène Wenger celebrated his 1,000 match as manager, with the worst thrashing of his career – at Stamford Bridge. But the big question is – will Abramovich get slammed with anti-Putin sanctions?

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7 Responses to Wenger’s Crimea Moment

  1. Ben Vorlich says:

    As someone asked the PM David Cameron and Aston Villa supporter that question and got a vague answer I think probably not.

  2. jeremyp99 says:

    Roman says … Look at my face. Am I bovvered? Could have done with a draw at the Bridge, but it’s always good to see Whinger with egg on his face. 1-0 to City at the moment

  3. Robertv says:

    NASA official spokesman Allard Beutel said that they did not expect the Russian-Ukrainian situation to affect long-time cooperation between the United States and Russia in the civil space area.

    http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_22/US-more-dependent-on-Russia-in-space-than-Russia-on-US-NASA-0038/

  4. Stephen Richards says:

    He will if they can trace his money. Which I doubt.

  5. Streetcred says:

    Man, she could do with a feed.

  6. Perry says:

    Awkward pair of knees, One like a stork & one ready for a stalker.

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