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I can't fault Arshavin for his honesty, in fact I commend him for his realistic attitude, but compare his recent media comments to those I posted previously from Modric:
Compared to: "But before he looks ahead to next season, Luka admits he will be getting over the disappointment of not being involved in this summer's World Cup by cheering on his Spurs team-mates in South Africa!
He adds: "I hope Ledley will be there, Daws, Tom, Azza, Crouchy, JD. Because of them I would like to see England win or at least go far in the tournament. It's the same with Wilson and Honduras and Seb and Benoit with Cameroon. I'd love to see them all do well but I do think England have a good chance."
It doesn't exactly smack of togetherness in Woolwich now does it? Before gooners jump on my back, I'm really not trying to be contentious here, I'm not surprised he's frustrated when a couple of months ago there was potential for this to be a highly successful season for you but ultimately (let's face it) it wasn't, but I really think comparing the two statements highlights the comradery at the Lane at the minute.
We'll give you a wave when we pass you on our way up ;)
How's he going to feel if Cesc does go? Mind you, he did have his chance to come to the righteous side of North London but thought he would be winning something on the dark side! He'd still be welcome!
- 1 Reply to HighRoadJohn
Would you really want him at WHL? Where would he fit in? He's a left-sided player isn't he - we already have Bale, Modric and Kranjcar in the squad so don't feel we need to strengthen there - IMO naturally.
Ar$eshaving made his choice - he'll just have to like it or lump it.