I’m very irritated today. Yesterday there was another Arsene Wenger press conference, and I had my shiny new Wenger decoder all ready. But yet again, I didn’t need it. He actually said what he meant. Waste of money that.
Fighting Talk from Arsene
Our manager was in a rare humour yesterday, and was clearly a little annoyed by constant media negativity.
When questioned about Alex Song, he pointed out that “Alex Song has been called the worst player I ever signed, and now he plays at Barca. I think we do alright here.” I assume he was referencing the constant criticism his tendency to buy potential comes under, and was showing an example of exactly why it shouldn’t be.
He also spoke
Oh, and before you all say “a special player? He’ll need to get his wallet out then”, price is not relative to talent. Otherwise Andy Carroll would be twice as good as Cazorla. And he isn’t. So there.
This is an area that has been fairly quiet all summer, but the
If anyone’s worried he’s going to “Do an RVP”, fear not.
The Daily Milan Madness
Fresh from their bid for Nicklas Bendtner (who
Still, seeing as Milan want our deadwood, can we flog them Squillaci and Park as part of a “special meal deal”?
Arsenal make a transfer slip-up?
Ahhh.. With the end of the transfer window come bizarre rumours and stories. Last season Arsenal were buying everyone from Scott Dann to Keisuke Honda, and this year they’ve apparently agreed to sign
Yaya Banana! You can’t make these names up! I mean, signing a young African defender isn’t beyond the realms of possibility, especially as he can play centre-back and right-back, but his name just makes any idea of buying him ridiculous.
“Banana peels away from his marker...”
“One banana, two banana, three, BANANA SCORES!!!”
I’ll stop now. And be back with you when we’re linked to less fruity players.
Until then, goodbye!