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wenger is the pot, and he is calling the kettle black

December 27, 2008

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A case of injustice? Or just another Mr. Whinger outburst?

Arsene Wenger might be right, after Aston Villa assistant manager John Robertson talked to the referee at half-time, things didn’t go Arsenal’s way in the second half – a clear example of a game of two halves. The 63rd minute penalty paved the way for a Villains’ comeback was one of those things. But he is ignoring the fact that it was a blatant penalty, even Kolo Torre and William Gallas (who challenged Gabriel Agbonlahor in the penalty box) didn’t argue with the decision. Zat Knight’s goal was late in the game, and it was unlucky for the Gunners. The defender was just at the right time and at the right place, lucky for the Villains.

To be brutally honest, it just sound like another excuse to another Arsenal’s failing. Who wouldn’t be upset losing a two-nil lead?

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