Life being a Gooner over the last few seasons has been up and down, just like our results.
With it has brought many stroppy comments from fans, frustrated fans I must add but fans nevertheless.
Watching Chelsea win the Champions League has also upset a few, as many fans wanted us to be the first London club to win that prestige trophy but me, well, I don’t really care.
Well, not as much as I would if the local reprobates had won it but they didn’t and maybe like us, they never will.
I was sent this by one of the Highbury House funny guys, and yet again Lee has come up with a classic:
Don’t know about anyone else, but I have always thought that Channel No 5 has a bad smell to it!!
Just like that shirt they wear, I would never buy it! £35 Million is the amount suggested that Tottenham have lost out on having missed out on 4th spot, that is a lot of money!
In fact, that is the very amount believed to be the value of Eden Hazard, the player so many fans have said that Wenger needs to sign, but did you all know that his younger brother Thorgan is judged to be better than him?
Thorgan Hazard was born on the 29th March 1993 and he currently plays for RC Lens in Ligue 2!
As said, he is the younger brother of Eden Hazard and plays either as a winger or an attacking midfielder.
Already he is a Belgian youth international and has represented his nation at under-16, under-17, under-18, and under-19 level. The younger Hazard has been described by youth coach Eric Assadourian as a:
Technically gifted player who can settle a match by himself with ease.
Eden reckons his younger brother Thorgan is better than him and he’s certainly at a better age and price to tempt Arsene. Eden Hazard has recently suggested he wants to join the new Champions League winners so if that goes through he will be living in the London area.
What better for him than to have his little brother joining him, albeit playing in red and white?
Other news floating around relates to Serbian playmaker Adem Ljajic.
He wants to leave Fiorentina this summer and his current club want Chamakh – both players are valued around £6 Million and Fiorentina are hoping for a straight swap. Ljajic is 20 years old and in his fifty appearances for Fiorentina he has managed four goals.
In case you don’t know him, he is the player who recently applauded his manager after being substituted and got a slap for his sarcasm! His then manager, Delio Rossi, got the sack! Bad manager or a player with an attitude?
Have a good day all, never fear, the transfer window will be shut soon enough…..