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Rejoice Gooners! The amazingly talented but freakishly injury prone Manchester Untied forward has been crocked in another international for Holland! Robin Van Perise limped off in Holland’s World Cup Qualifier against Hungary.

Apparently the injury isn’t that serious but with £24 million in the bank Arsene couldn’t help but smile!

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  1. nikki 12 September, 2012 at 20:08 Reply

    i love this guy,but the bible is crear,obey your father en moher!anyway i wish him quick recovery!he should have stayed at arsenal!oohmoney talks aint,everything!see.

    • edu 13 September, 2012 at 00:33 Reply

      I`m an arsenal supporter and i`m telling you that rvp will recover very quickly. I wish him the best of the season. He is a brave man to be able to stand before those stupid board and useless and shameless wenger to tell them that they lack ambition.. stop wishing him bad

      • deno 13 September, 2012 at 08:49 Reply

        edu, thanx a million. we as arsenal fans need level headedness some times. couldn’t say any better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. adewara ahmed 12 September, 2012 at 20:52 Reply

    Am begin you Mr arsewenger why you no bye players you have two bye like 2 or 3 more players will are expected 2 to win somting this season gunners 4 live am proud of you and all arsenal player.

  3. Possible 12 September, 2012 at 20:55 Reply

    I wsh RVP would be out for up 2 8months.. Come to think of it, wat has bin his contribution 2 the arsenal team except last season? Most times we expect him 2 deliver 4 us, he gets injured n stays away for 6months.. Am laughing!!

  4. obatiku 12 September, 2012 at 20:58 Reply

    Persie recover quick cos you will get an own goal for ur dream club ………. I hope ur wound is not as bad as that of Artem Ben Alfa .

  5. Therealgunner 12 September, 2012 at 22:42 Reply

    Grow up.
    They will easily win more trophies yet again while we watch with jealousy.
    So don’t let one minor injury bring happiness you fools.
    We all know how injury prone arsenal players are and our replacements are Ramsy !!!
    Yes. United will get the last laugh everytime that welsh twat plays.

  6. Akin 12 September, 2012 at 22:51 Reply

    Am very api when i hard abt the news…….is gud for me coz the guy is a traitor….van bursting played just only one year n when to man u to make it…….nt only make it,he just started…………remember Barbatof they bought him from totenham see is life nw n js park……das hw robbing van bursting life go be at man u?by God grace………..traitor

  7. Adeyinka 12 September, 2012 at 22:57 Reply

    I wish him the best, and quick recovery. So that he will display his badluck with Man u and see arsenal with trouphy this season

  8. Bishop, PH nigeria 12 September, 2012 at 23:05 Reply

    RVP į̸̸̨Ƨ̷ partly τ̅☺ blame biting the very finger that fed him, he won’t have peace for that reason but I wish him quick recovery. Afc are making us angry and dat allows even lame fans talk back at us. God help Afc

  9. Shiloba 12 September, 2012 at 23:25 Reply

    Rvp, u are my living futball legend though a traitor,bt i’ll neva wish u ill-luck bt gudluck jst get well soon! Arsenal my pride 4eva!

  10. deno 12 September, 2012 at 23:28 Reply

    as a possionate gunner, i felt sorry at the departure of rvp. but i equally admit i’m much more hurt by all the negative publicity that comes from arsenal fans towards rvp, particulalrly all the hulla balloo abouthis injury . i’ve just realized we emirates faithfuls are the most uncharitable, possessive and unchristian fans possibly in the whole of the EPL clubs. it is a shame of such a club like arsenal. rvp made his decicion we must learn to accept and respect and go on. it is pointless of us to look for scape goats for our frustrations over trophy drought with departures of players instead of addressing the real root cause of the problem within the management.

    plz, let us suport our current promissing squad and wait to celebrate wins and trophies instead of wasting our energy prematurely on injury of some one.

  11. Seagon 12 September, 2012 at 23:29 Reply

    Let forget about him.when he was with us,did he win trouphies?i beg injury or injury let us focus on our team and not just an ordinary player that is not commited to a team.

  12. deno 12 September, 2012 at 23:36 Reply

    as a possionate gunner, i felt sorry at the departure of rvp. but i equally admit i’m much more hurt by all the negative publicity that comes from arsenal fans towards rvp, particulalrly all the hulla balloo about this injury . it is shame we emirates faithfuls are the most uncharitable, possessive and unchristian fans possibly in the whole of the EPL clubs. rvp made his decicion that we must learn to accept, respect and let go. it is pointless of us to look for scape goats for our frustrations over trophy drought with departures of players instead of addressing the real root cause of the problem within the management.

    plz, let us support our current promissing squad and wait to celebrate wins and trophies instead of wasting energy prematurely on injuries.

  13. luke 13 September, 2012 at 01:51 Reply

    i dont buy the leave van persie alone thing. he did exactly what nasri did only worse he turned away and signed for united while being our captain. in any other sport or club that is treason. and for all those people who say he loved the club i say bullshit. if he’d loved the club he would have gone anywhere else outside of england, juve or psg (any other club interested). if trophies were his concern and “arsenal bled through his veins” he would have moved away from england out of respect for the club, but no he patronised the fans and left for twice as much a week and now talks of how sir alex has found the child up his ass. if you look at the events as they unfolded (nasri and van persie transfers) the one difference is at leased nasri was honest about the whole thing. despite the arrogance of him personally. which is why i say if you hope nasri the worst then you should be b doing the same to van persie. lets hope shawcross (or any other mug) has one of his ‘man of the match’ displays when united plays him/them and he gets a double break or a good 12 months out and isnt the same afterwards/ never gets a title while arsenal win one over the next 4 years of his mid life childhood. that would be justice. like a lot of people have been saying about nasri.

  14. festus 13 September, 2012 at 05:09 Reply

    come to talk about is contribution,who send d team away ucl,rvp against ac.milan,for some we were even praying for him to get a goal,it was only song i really miss in dis current team.

  15. Mustee 13 September, 2012 at 05:39 Reply

    Hello guys! Gotta start by sympathizing with my OLD rivals cos it’s been a while that Arsenal really competed for a trophy. I am a huge fan of RVP, I really felt bad 2 hear that Robin is injured again just like any other season apart from last season… Why does he always get injured on international duties??? Hope he recovers quickly. A BIG shout out 2 Santi Carzola and Podolski last week they did an excellent job and the backline as well, hope we keep it up against Southampton at the emirates#NigerianGunner4Life

  16. Goodnews 13 September, 2012 at 05:55 Reply

    Any time tis RVP issue comes up, i feel xtremely bad. If i wish him speedy recovery, God knows its clear mockery of myself. I would hav wanted him to be off for 11months.
    For abandoning arsenal and AW, hospital career will soon be over?

  17. kelvin 13 September, 2012 at 06:12 Reply

    RVP did nothing wrong in leaving,U will do same if u were him. I still follow his game in Unt. That story shouln’t & can’t be Wenger’s opinion on him. Wish him quick recovery

  18. Benard 13 September, 2012 at 06:43 Reply

    Guys we need to be conscious. RVP moved b’se of silva wear so lets wish him well. Everybody knows Arsenal as strugglers and Man Utd as archievers

  19. sandi 13 September, 2012 at 06:52 Reply

    He is a man u player, not concerned with his injuries. our concern is BIABY. BUT if we are meeting them this weekend then the better. arsenal is stronger

  20. barbes13 13 September, 2012 at 09:46 Reply

    diaby fitness should be our worry not RVP becus he’s a man united player and wenger will be more concern about his players fitness then other team players.

  21. Yahaya nig 13 September, 2012 at 15:31 Reply

    Pls stp fake lyer a.w cnt do such but 4 me, i wish he broke his leg.and if u tink am rash, go hug a transformer. man u enjoy wat arsenal enjoyed in rvp

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