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One Arsenal v Barcelona Bet I Did Not Make…

By Ollie Irish

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By Ollie Irish on February 16th, 2011 in Arsenal, Barcelona, Champions League, FAIL. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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13 Responses to “One Arsenal v Barcelona Bet I Did Not Make…”

  1. 14 says:

    Ah, 20/20 hindsight.. what a bitch.

  2. Conor O'Riordan says:

    I feel for you man :’(

    At least it was a great game, that’s some consolation right?
    Oh, aren’t you a Spurs fan? A bad night all round so then.

  3. EDub says:

    NEVER DOUBT THE ARSENAL!

  4. DJ says:

    I feel for you there, son. Been there myself with a couple of non flutters in the past.

  5. mizman says:

    I was tempted by Barca/Arsenal HT/FT … :-/ grrrrr

    Oh well im up this week after Crouchy won me a bit @ 9/1 first goal scorer!

  6. Ryan says:

    I had $50 on Arsenal straight up and $100 on Schaktar. I also bet on Tottenham yesterday. Been a good couple of days.

  7. Gera says:

    Fricking ryan Good shit!

  8. dc says:

    On the 29th of November, 2010, I bet a friend of mine from Madrid a pint that Barcelona would win El Clasico. For fun, my friend asked me to prognosticate the score. While he said that Madrid would win 2-0, I speculated that Barcelona would win 5-0. Upon my friend declaring my prognostication “nonsense,” I replied that Barca would not just win 5 to 0, but 5 to -1, with the -1 being a red card for Madrid. I even threatened to bet on it, but only in passing, as the game was to be starting shortly.

    Needless to say, I got a pint out of it.

  9. Am says:

    Guardiola costed the team. How could he substitute Villa for Keita? The complexion of the game changed because Arsenal sensed it that Barca was about to defend the lead and so they began to attack more.They should have continued with the same game plan.

  10. theirishembassy says:

    HAH. never trust the odds.
    i got a fair bit of pocket change outt’ve greece winning the euros. something to the tune of 250 – 1 on a $50 bet. you do the math :D

  11. jon says:

    Haha I don’t think anyone did to be honest accept very very passionate Arsenal fans

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