Many Men Wish Death Upon Me
Another day of GDeep twerking for a Sp**s player that never won anything in his career. Great.
Never appeared to be that vocal to me, though I didn't watch him every week...always looked quiet on the pitch (not having a dig, but can't imagine a man with a lisp being a leader)
Don't know why Arsenal fans of all people, go to such extremes to criticize Kos.
No one is saying he is Tony Adams, or on the level of other world-class CBs...but he was a lot better, than being made out.
Reminds me of the time Mustafi injured Sokratis when he latter tried to redeem Mustafi's error. Today you'd go down clutching your face and get the game stoppedI remember a game where Squillaci head butted Koscienly and we conceded a goal in the most Looney Toons fashion we could possibly conjure. All was missing was some wacky music at the background.
Seen lots of football fans (and even some Arsenal fans) rate the Sp**s paring of Alderweireld-Vertonghen very highly.
Reckon a man of great culture and someone who is a proper Arsenal fan like @hydrofluoric acid , would call those 2 gimps out for what they are, a big pair of constant losers.
Kos-Mert, well clear!
It's simple, you just don't rate Sp**s players. There is nothing impressive about them. They don't win anything, they don't play good football, and most of the time they are instructed to try to injure other players as Harry Kane does. That little piece of filth.
Henry let us down big time that night.
You could be equally as selective with your memory if you say the linesman let us down for missing the offside call. Or Lehmann. Or Almunia for being nutmegged at his near post. Or the ref for not playing an advantage.
Henry covered more ground in that final than any other game that season. The stakes made some people think his chances were absolute sitters when Valdes did incredibly well to read his first touch on the first chance while he was visibly knackered by the time he got into the box in the second. I remember applauding him after the game as he walked off and the last thing I felt was 'let down' by the guy when he had just played his heart out for 90 minutes.