Actually, Arsenal only won the FA Cup three times before Liverpool won it in 1965
But respect is due, you guys have won it a record 14 times.
Now here’s the real question for an Arsenal fan: if you could only have one, would you prefer the FA Cup win today or Aubameyang signs a new long-term contract?? 🤔
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The FA Cup is to football...
What the Ms. Congeniality award is to a beauty pageant. Slightly higher than a participation trophy, but significantly less than being an actual winner. If you’d like to know what winning sounds like, the resonance made by the Premier League trophy curren...
Of course it counts.
I was referring to the PL, and limiting what I was talking about to that era. Which is pretty much what everybody does when discussing English football these days. TV and newspapers.
You are right, they do.
It’d be pretty odd if we suddenly decided to rename (rebrand) the Super Bowl and then conveniently forget the Patriots were so dominant.
Yes, I remember growing up the FA Cup meant something
Today, there’s too much football and it’s a second-tier competition. Shame. And the Gooners have had some great teams over the years (I’m just not telling the Druid that). If you get a chance, check out the Netflix series “The English Game”. It’s all abou...
Yes and No
Yes, the Premier League started in 1991 and, yes, this is the first time Liverpool have won it. But it was hardly a new league, it was simply the rebranding of the FA Division One which was the top flight of English football for over a century. So nothing...
As I responded to Jay above-
I was talking about the PL. It's an era. It's what's discussed on TV and in the newspapers. That's all. How about this: since Liverpool last won a League Championship Arsenal won 3.
I’ll take that 👍🏻
BTW, you didn’t answer my question on Aubameyang. I hope you guys come to terms with him, he’s a world-class striker.
If you’ve never heard of it, that’s understandable.
FA is Football Association.
The tournament is played by teams from several levels of competition below the Premier League and the PL teams. The League Cup tournament is different.