“The childish whimpering of car thieves like Domenech represent the pathetic winging of football’s dodos entering the last chance saloon.” I think that is a fair and reasoned statement.
The idiot Domenech, whose main job is to steal footballers who are carefully trained, developed and nurtured by their clubs, not to mention paid by their clubs, has made remarks so outrageous that even the normally staid and middle of the road Untold Arsenal cannot let them slip by.
In an era where for three years Arsenal has never once been able to put out its best team because of the action of the footballing wing of Mafia in taking the players and crippling them, this comment from the manager of France is enough to force every straight thinking football supporters to stand up and fight for the abolition of all internationals. Now.
The fact that we are still counting down the days on the calendar when we might see Van Persie and Djourou play again after being destroyed in pointless and meaningless international matches willingly engaged in by international so-called “managers” shows how awful the situation is.
I don’t care whether Gallas was fit or came on the pitch wearing crutches, the megadonkeys that run Fifa have no right to even say a single syllable about what the clubs do.
Both they, and the clubs, should remember who pays the bills, and who suffers week after week because of the mindless meanderings of the Mafia in football.
Speaking through a hosepipe, Domenech is quoted as saying, “It’s outrageous and irresponsible to have played him so early after the injury. It’s scandalous. He’d better be fit for the World Cup.”
Or what you imbecilic moron? What will you do? Come over and shake a finger at all the Arsenal fans who paid money to see the Barca match? Perhaps you would like to stand in the middle of the pitch with us all there, and say we have been very naughty little boys and girls?
“We have to first take care of the interests of Arsenal,” our Great Lord Wenger said and I am with him so many million percent that there are not enough zeros on the internet to express it. “William is paid by the club, not by the French team. We have to use the players when they declare themselves fit.”
And that is why I love Wenger. While other slug like creatures are sucking up to the fat toads of Fifa and saying, “oh please mister gangster sir, please play my player for your country he is awfully good,” only the Lord Wenger says no.
No is what we need more of here. A bit like Rev Ian Paisley (whom I don’t support because I am not a Christian, but who I admire for his ability to say “Ulster says no”. That’s what we need more of. “Arsenal says No”. In an Irish accent.)
What the French manager fails to realise is that we go into the game against the Wobbleyou without Gallas and without Djourou. We are the one’s suffering.
But on this slightly overcast morning in the Eastern Midlands, as the chauffeur gets out the Austin Seven and the grateful villagers surround the Manor House and doff their caps as we set off, we can know that as always Untold is ahead of the game. Witness today’s BBC teletext or indeed other bloggy things and the national press: all have finally caught on to the fact that Eden Hazzard is on the radar.
A quick look back through Untold Arsenal of a few weeks ago would have saved them the time of doing the “research”.
I use the word lightly.
PS: And if that guy behind me gives Bendtner any more grief, I’ll… I’ll… well he’d better not that’s all.
There’s an amazingly complete Untold Index all arranged by subjects. Some of them make sense.
And there is also the book what I writ, which is jolly good, and has very little to do with internationals.
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