So, few former Arsenal players are saying that these things happen
(Eduardo, Ramsey) because Arsenal plays fine footie in a country
where roughness is praised above talent --perhaps due to the lack
Bob Wilson even says that managers and coaches, when facing the
Gunners, instruct their players to bully them*.
So, what to do? Every day I become more and more convinced that
in these cases (i) the expenses plus the insurance policy payments
should be deducted from the injurer's salary, and (ii) the butcher
(such as that pig Shawcross) should not play until the injured player
returns to the fields and is able to play the full 90 minutes.
From one of the pics in the paper it looked like his leg was bending even before the tackle went in and then the tackle came in, which wasn't a bad one really, and the leg broke, these things happen in sport and Wenger is the biggest baby in football who needs to look at it in not a victimising way, like he always does.
Yeah, I agree...there was no malice in the tackle, he went for the ball - I don't think he should have even got a red card for it to be honest.
The Arsenal players around the scene forced the ref's hand.
Shawcross looked distraught at what had happened, I don't care which player you care to mention, but no-one goes out to deliberately break another players leg.
I quite like Wenger but he should learn when to put his hand over his mouth and shout 'full up' - he embarrasses himself with some of his comments.
When an attitude is based on a populated silverware shelf, great finances,
good football, a wide fan base, and a permanent place in the top of the
table, it is not called arrogance; it is called: self awareness.