Gooner

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Gooner

slang A nickname for a fan of Arsenal Football Club. An alteration of "Gunners," the team's nickname. Primarily heard in UK. I love football and have been a Gooner for as long as I can remember.

gooner

(ˈgunɚ)
n. a term for an East Asian. (Derogatory and demeaning. Military.) See if one of the gooners will show you how to do it.
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"As former Gooners, we know what that meant to all the Arsenal fans out there," said Oxlade-Chamberlain.
That probably explains why you don't see many Gooners swanning around Islington in T-shirts bearing the slogan: "I saw Mathieu Debuchy score first against BATE Borisov!" JAMES MILTON
Sergio Aguero, Wilfried Bony, Raheem Sterling and Jose Pozo at Manchester City are a match for the Gooners but no better.
Signed from Cologne for PS11m in April 2012, 29-year-old Podolski's tweet will ensure that he remains a firm favourite with the Gooners.
And given the nature of 606, banning whining Gooners is a dangerous ploy as I am sure they make up the majority of punters who ring in and it creates the danger of having mainly moaning Liverpool fans, very few of whom have Scouse accents, and Newcastle supporters, who to be fair don't groan so much as do 'dramatically exasperated', taking up most of the time on air.
think there a lot of team that Gooners. Elsewhere, Wigan's PS9million-rated midfielder James McCarthy is another said to be on Wenger's radar, as is Rennes misfit Yann M'Vila.
According to the Sun, all 3,000 Gooners who paid up to 52 pounds a ticket for Sunday's trip to Old Trafford will be given a complimentary seat at a future away league clash.
Merse spotted his drinking buddies in the Park Lane end as he came over to take a corner and shouted: "It's your round after the game." The lads laughed - but irate home fans surrounded them, believing they were Gooners.
The Gooners came into the game five games undefeated and 11th in Division One, having just recorded a hard-fought 1-1 draw away to Norwich City.
It'll bring back lots of memories for Gooners. Anyone else probably couldn't care less.
Just remember Ruud's tarzan impression when he gave United the lead against the Gooners yesterday.
Before every Man U-Arsenal clash Fergie cranks up the heat on opposite number Arsene Wenger by having a pop at the Gooners.
As ever the Gooners were quick to hit moan mode when referee Mark Halsey sent off Sol Campbell for 'elbowing' Ole Gunner Solskjaer in their titanic tussle with Manchester United on Wednesday.
The Gooners might be goners as far as progress to the knockout stages of the European Cup is concerned.
And, despite a tougher 2014, Gooners would forget every misplaced pass or sliced finish if he can bag the goal to bring the FA Cup to the Emirates.