Arsenal: Angry Fans Calls for Arsene Wenger’s Resignation

The loss to the Championship side was Wenger’s first at home to lower league opposition in his 17-year career in England and the worst possible preparation for the visit of the runaway Bundesliga leaders.

Kazim-Richards’ goal came amid a dominant Arsenal performance, but the recalled Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Gervinho were both guilty of wasting chances to put Arsenal into the last eight.



With 20 minutes left, Wenger had seen enough and made a triple substitution as Walcott, Wilshere and Cazorla replaced Gervinho, Rosicky and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The match ended 1-0 with Blackburn at the winning end. Angry fans revolts and calls for Arsene Wenger’s resignation, will he resign?

Malouda Says Chelsea Is Trying To Mentally Drain Him

32 year old Florent Malouda voiced out an accusation against his employers Chelsea Football club saying they are mentally trying to drain him. The Chelsea midfielder was omitted from the first-team squad for reasons which are best known to his employers.

Malouda has this to say: ”If you are excluded for a year, it is very, very long. You must be armed mentally. All this is done to break me mentally but in reality it motivates me enormously.”

According to a source Malouda might be moving to Anzhi Makhachkala Russia the end of the month.

Florent Malouda

The France international winger also added:

”The details I’ll explain when I’m free, but the strategy they use is to make me look like a player seeking substantial compensation. It’s petty but more than anything else it makes me smile because it shows how these people regard me.”

Wow…even after winning Chelsea Player of the year 2010? I sincerely wish him all the best and hope he finds a suitable team that will support him mentally.

Florent Malouda

Florent Malouda

Man Propose But God Disposes- Ghana vs Burkina Faso, egosentrik’s 5 Lessons From The Match

Ghana Football team

Black Stars of Ghana

What a nerve breaking match to watch between the Black Stars of Ghana and the Stallions of Burkina Faso in the ongoing African Cup Of Nations.


Stallions of Burkina Faso

The match was very inspirational just because of the mere fact that the referee tried all the cheating tricks he ever learned during his years of work as a referee to see Burkina Faso bow out in shame, by giving a player  red card and also denying them of a clear goal they scored. It as clear that the guy was clearly out to kill the dreams of these young stars and was in full favor of Ghanians.

But through it all, the match ended with a draw which resulted in a penalty shoot out, but luck ran out of the Black stars of Ghana, cos the referee could not manipulate penalty shoot out…lol. So in the end what happened? The Burkina Faso guys won the match! Brilliant, although they’ll be playing against my beloved country Nigerian in the finals, May the best man win!!!

Lessons from the match:

1. People will always stand in your way of greatness, but they can only try to stop you but will not succeed.

2. Don’t be discouraged when faced by the noise of empty of manipulators, cos when the wind blows we will see the chicken ass…lol

3. Challenges are there in life to make you stronger and better, so don’t freak out when this happens.

4. People will be jealous and try to kill your dream as you work hard in life, but just laugh at them cos for anyone to try to stop you, it simply means you are a moving train, a force to reckon with.

5. Vengeance is for God, so do not take laws into your hands to retaliate, cos Law of karma is real and will catch up with people trying to rub you off your shine or kill your dreams and aspirations.

Best of luck everyone as you reach for your GOALS in life.

Neymar Of Brazil Insults England Football Team As Not Fit To Compete For The World Cup

Here is what he said:

‘England are a good team with very good players but I don’t look at them as one of our main rivals for the World Cup,’

‘They have the players to do well but do I think they have the same quality as Spain and Argentina? No. Maybe they rely on Wayne Rooney:

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney

‘At Brazil we have many players who can win the game. The same with Argentina if [Lionel] Messi is not having a great game, they still have [Sergio] Aguero and [Carlos] Tevez. With Spain, if [Andres] Iniestia is having a bad game they have Xavi and [David] Villa. Once you look past Rooney, you don’t see an obvious player who can win the game.’

I hope England will put Neymar to shame, as Nigerian football team did to Ivory Coast after they boasted that they will trash Nigeria out of the current  African Cup of Nations. The table turned around and Nigeria sent them packing during the quarter finals *tongue out*. But there’s an atom of truth in Neymar’s assumptions, don’t you think?….lol

Chelsea Eden Hazard gets red card for kicking Ball Boy

I was shocked to my bones while watching the match between Chelsea and Swansea during the capital one semi-final. It was around  80mins into the game when midfielder Eden Hazard was seen kicking the ball boy while on the floor (possibly on his ribs) apparently for delaying or holding the ball too long.  While Eden’s frustration is quite understandable, his actions are totally not justifiable. The 22 year old Belgian was immediately given a red card by referee Chris Foy and is most likely to  receive further penalties from the  FA, sadly all the bullying could not get Chelsea the win they desperately sought for as the game ended in a 0-0 draw with Swansea progressing to the final with a 2-0 win on aggregate..


Eden Kicking ball boy

“The Belgian kicked the ball boy who had failed to return the ball promptly after it had gone out for a goal kick.” Chelsea on Twitter

The degree of injury on the boy cannot be confirmed yet but but he is seen holding his ribs, although some footballers claim the ball boy might be faking the pain….where did he learn it from if not from the footballers themselves…lol

Eden kick boy

Chelsea players seen placating the ball boy

Video below not for the faint heart

Thumbs up to the Welsh club for gallantly protecting a 2-0 lead from the first leg two weeks ago , to reach their first major cup final in their 100-year history.

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