WTTGT Writer: Ryan Cottell
Lord Alan Sugar – #unlikelyaid
Piers Morgan has again given his opinion on matters at Arsenal FC, supposedly the club he supports, from across the pond. However, this time support for Wenger has come in the unlikely form of Sir Alan Sugar.
Having again called for Wenger to quit, or be fired, Lord Alan Tweeted: “@piersmorgan Why don’t you shut up dishing out advice on Wenger. I would say stick to what you know. But problem is you don’t know anything!”
Morgan calling for Wenger to jump ship, rather than stay and turn it around, does have an air of irony. If I remember rightly similar pressure grew on Piers as editor of the Mirror when he published hoax pictures of British forces abusing prisoners.
It is quite telling, however, that Morgan was unceremoniously forced out of his position despite insisting he would not leave. Odds on Wenger being here next year anyone??
Van Persie – #sighofrelief
Arsenal have announced their first signing since the humiliating trip to Old Trafford, and club captain Robin Van Persie was the first to welcome Chu Young Park to the club.
“Welcome to Chu Young Park!” Tweeted Van Persie, clearly pleased to see somebody else arrive at the club who may be capable of scoring a goal.
With Chamakh repeatedly proving his lack of use in front of goal and Bendtner on his way out of the overused Emirates exit door, everyone will be hoping Mr. Park can quickly find his goal-scoring boots.
Cesc Fabregas – #takenotesamir
Fallen idol, Cesc Fabregas may no longer be in North London but he certainly knows how to endear himself to those he left behind.
Tweeting after Spurs’ demolition at the hands of the blue side of Manchester, the former Gunners’ captain quipped: “Very impressed with man city and spurs. One in a positive way, and the other very negative. Can’t really say I’m sad about it though”.
No true Gooner would be upset to see Tottenham take a beating, even if it as at the hands of arguably the more hated club in the current climate.
Especially considering the complete lack of anything decent shown by Samir Nasri since doubling his wages at Manchester City, Fabregas is certainly doing a good job of keeping himself on the right side of the Arsenal faithful. Although, some help at Old Trafford may have been more appreciated!
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