Originally posted by PalynkaHenry's attitude and skill make him one of my favourite players to watch, despite hating the attitude of most other Arsenal players. He comes across as a true gentleman on the pitch.
I'm a Porto fan that loves football, I don't support any team in particular in the Premiership.
It's been a long time since I can't stand Henry, though. This is just more evidence.
Originally posted by RagnorakLOL! You sure love hypocrites.
Henry's attitude and skill make him one of my favourite players to watch, despite hating the attitude of most other Arsenal players. He comes across as a true gentleman on the pitch.
Originally posted by PalynkaIt doesn't take a highly skilled psychic to predict that Fabregas will probably leave, considering he already explicitly stated that his future was linked to that of Henry.
I wouldn't be surprised if some of the great youngsters (particularly Fabregas) Arsenal has aren't already thinking where their future should lie.
Originally posted by PalynkaHow is that not the truth? Arsenal have always been seriously frugal. Dein leaves due to his efforts to get serious money involved at the Arsenal. He was also the man to bring in Arsene.
What a load of b*ll*cks to say that he cannot take the chance to be at Arsenal without Arsene or Dean. Total hypocrite.
McLintock is spot on in saying that he much rather hear the truth and hear Henry say that he just wanted to move on or that he felt Barcelona was a good personal move.
Like this he's trying to blame the club itself for his departure. Pretty shallow, if you ask me.
Originally posted by Ragnorakeither can i, the guy as always been a class act on the field. i won't be missing arsenal doing the double over united though
I honestly can't think of one occasion where Henry acted well out of order. Considering what his team mates were up to, this has to mean something.
Care to jog my memory?
Originally posted by trevor33i don't think he presented himself too well after the champs league final, however he did have a few things to be p1$$ed off about... the fact he didn't take the chances that fell his way being the biggest, above the sending off.
either can i, the guy as always been a class act on the field. i won't be missing arsenal doing the double over united though
Originally posted by AmauroteThe most shocking thing is that premiership clubs are over-valuing players like bent - the latest tv money (the much touted 60million) plus big investors, mean there's plenty of money to chuck around right now. It'll implode again soon enough.
The most shocking thing about this is that he's valued at £1 million less than Darren Bent. Although you can't help wondering about his injury, which is supposed to be a permanent debility - will any club get a full season out of Henry now?