The poxy media. What is their problem with Arsenal? Why are Arsenal hated so much?
During his tenure as Arsenal captain William Gallas was vilified at every opportunity and I fear that the media now have a brand new shiny target; Cesc Fabregas.
The controversy over 'spit-gate' will leave a black mark on Fabregas' character in the future even if he is proven not to have gobbed all over Brian Horton's shiny Tesco Value slip-ons. It's like an innocent person accused of rape, despite being innocent that person has been tarred with that brush and I fear Cesc has been tarred. (Not of rape!)
If a person accuses someone of rape and is found to have been lying then, quite rightly, they are punished. I hope that this is the case for Phil Brown. But I doubt he will be though. The muppet.
Cesc Fabregas is one of the good guys in football. A role model. Yes he is a little over-zealous at times but he is young and will learn to curb his temperament with experience. What he doesn't need is the media on his back already.
I think Fabregas has made a mistake trying to explain his side of the story. Obviously he wants to get his version of events out in the open but the media are fickle and those left out of his 'exclusive' will be out to get him.
Perhaps silence would been the best option here because Phil Brown seems to be hell-bent on contradicting himself more and more. Talk about putting your foot in your mouth. Perhaps his ear-phone isn't working properly and the message's he's receiving are muffled.
Anyway, keep your eye on the reports on Cesc Fabregas in the future. I bet the media will now be out to discredit him like they did to Gallas week-in week-out.
Keep it Goonerish.............