Football fans, darn football fans!!
Every now and again some numptie pops on here and ridicules an opinion/suggestion, bes rude and then he/she is gone, never to appear again. What’s wrong with some folk eh…
Toothless twerps! Go and get your own Arsenal site up and running I say and see how you get on!!
Anyway, today is a new day…….
Actually, it might be a new day but there’s nothing new to report really. The same old stories and rumours are regurgitated by the newspapers and we Arsenal fans feed off of them day after day but all the time, fully aware of the fact it’s all made up.
Look at The Mail this morning, a reported for that newspaper writes that Lukas Podolski is leaving and in will come Remy and Balotelli.
Porto’s Danilo and Callum Chambers are two right backs linked to us in other newspapers.
Back to the official site today and despite Bacary Sagna being on the move away from us, he’s been talking about the World Cup:
I dreamt about winning the World Cup many times.
Many times I was thinking I would love to lift that cup and celebrate. Especially when France won it in 1998, it was madness. The country went crazy and I remember thinking about being one of those players. I am now.
I don’t really remember much about France winning in 1998 but I do recall them beating Italy in the final of the 2000 Euro’s. I was sat in a restaurant on holiday that night and the place seemed to be full of Italian supporters.
When Wiltord scored the equaliser for France and I was cheering. Strange really as I’m English through and though but and don’r really care for the French side, this was Wiltord……
The match went into extra time, the ‘sudden death golden goal’ would decide the victors.
The Italian goalkeeper made a brilliant save to prevent Robert Pires from grabbing glory for the French team but he remains a French hero for setting up Trezeguet for the winner.
A stunning left footed finish high and past Toldo.
France won but bearing in mind a few were Arsenal players back then, so much so, it felf like an Arsenal victory…
Maybe that’s why I was cheering for the French national side…..
Talking of national sides, it seems that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is winning his fitness battle for the World Cup, Roy Hodgson said he’ll be ready in two weeks time….
That’s your lot for Sunday, have a great day all….