Diary: Some Wonderful Transfer Window Balls Ups

The transfer window incompetence of Arsenal, Liverpool and Newcastle is so textbook and punctual that it's actually impressive. Moyes just doesn't deserve nice things...

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Barnesy10 (Liverpool) says...

@dexter morgan...If you think that's comedy gold, you really need some Richard Pryor in your life.

Posted 6:27pm 4th February 2014

trumpton (Manchester United) says...

It's like reading a mopey teenagers diary. It may seem like keen wit, deep insight and erudition to the person writing it, but to everyone else it just comes across as self indulgent drivel.

Posted 3:26pm 4th February 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

i'm disappointed. the comments are just not funny this week, must try harder. the article? no, i didn't bother

Posted 4:47pm 3rd February 2014

hump333 (Ipswich Town) says...

Some translations from the comments below. I read this twice, like I read all of the Diary articles twice, It is not worth commenting on, I will tell you the same next week. Stop trying to be funny, there is only one type of funny and I know it, this is not funny, punching yourself in the face is funny. You are new and unconventional, this unnerves me, decist with your column I want fact and fact alone. I am outraged, someone has moved my cheese. - Personally I usually find the Diary refreshing, its like the heated flannels you get in a curry house after a ruby.

Posted 4:24pm 3rd February 2014

Tripletaxed (Liverpool) says...

Might be that awful diary thing - but spot on in terms of how Liverpool, once again, failed in the transfer market, Arsenal once again defied transfer logic and how Moyes brilliantly failed to utilise the assets he has at his disposal and waste his seemingly decent transfer window.

Posted 4:00pm 3rd February 2014

isyoursgold says...

Ahh, got sucked in to thinking it was an actual column rather than this awful Diary thing by the headline on the homepage. Seriously, does anyone read this if you're not tricked in to it? Terrible.

Posted 3:11pm 3rd February 2014

donnie_darko (Manchester United) says...

that last para just summed it all up for United

Posted 11:57am 3rd February 2014

keashred (Liverpool) says...

Andi and other guy this wasn't funny. It's like when the nerd at school tries to be funny it just doesn't work. Maybe you are a talented writer and making jokes about football is just not where you excel. Read what Degsy writes to have an idea of what makes football fans smile. He had Sturridge first goalscorer as well at 5-1 so you can learn how to be funny and beat tge bookies at the same time.

Posted 11:46am 3rd February 2014

piiiip (Everton) says...


Posted 11:35am 3rd February 2014

dfm says...

This was a good read. Fresh and interesting. Personally, I don't think the Board at Arsenal are willing to pay the necessary amount to win the title. As long as Arsenal are in the Champions League, continue to fill their stadium for every game, and revenues climb, the lack of silverware is just a tad annoying.

Posted 11:31am 3rd February 2014

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