So then, Yossi had naffed off the Blue side of London having tweeted:
‘What a great win today!!! Well done guys!’
Good man I say, I would have been pretty narked had he thought otherwise and I think we can safely assume he won’t be returning to the Chavs next summer, in fact I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Wenger kept him on after his deal comes to an end.
The Chav fans certainly don’t want to see him back and have since labelled him ‘Judas’ – Ah, happy days eh….
Don’t suppose Yossi will lose too much sleep over that..
Walcott has been talking about his goal on Saturday and how he is lucky to be alive!
Hhaving missed a chance to pass to Aaron Ramsey who was free, he fell over, got back on his feet quite rapidly and somehow, after getting past a few static Chav defenders, he blasted a heartfelt shot with venom passed a hopeless Cech to give us a 3-2 lead he said:
I managed to lose my balance but get up quite quickly. If I hadn’t scored Aaron (Ramsey) would have killed me because he was free.
Sometimes you just have to be selfish and when it pays off, it’s all worthwhile, I hope this kicks starts a bit more go in the not so young anymore English winger/striker!
However, having put in his best performance for a good few weeks now, Walcott has kind of put his foot in it and said just what we hoped he or any of the other players wouldn’t start saying:
We don’t want to say where we’re going to finish at the end of the season, but the way we’re playing at this moment in time we believe we can beat anyone.
Why not just enjoy the victory, a victory which still had a few faults within the performance, keep his head down and concentrate on what goes on on the pitch?
Why start telling the world that we can beat anyone? Keep those thoughts in the changing room and don’t set the team up for a mighty fall. We have a massive game tomorrow night and that should be on every players mind, nothing else right now.
Feet on the ground Theo…..
One thing I did like reading though was his comments on Robin van Persie:
He is a great leader, a great captain. Anyone in that dressing room will tell you he is an absolute leader.
Good, it seems we finally have a captain that players look up and believe in his leadership…
About time to eh?
Talking of our leader, he has totally rebuffed the stupid suggestion that he is racist after his celebrations on Saturday:
It is totally ludicrous to suggest that my action of brushing my shoulder could be construed as anything else but a showing of joy and celebration.
Hasn’t Robin celebrated in a similar fashion before?
Funny how this has been highlighted after a game against the Chavs, the side whose captain does have a case against him to answer…
Oh well, onwards and upwards for us, Champions League again tomorrow night and a victory against Marseille should be enough to secure our involvement in the knock-out stages…
Have a good day all….