Top 3 Premier League Moments So Far
What’s the point of football? Between the miasma of racism, institutional racism, racial abuse and the lack of dingity that journalists will embrace simply for some cash, it’s hard to tell. There’s so much to dislike. Fed up of losing on your football bets? If so then try something new like roulette or poker at http://www.onlinecasinoking.
In order to cheers yourself up, though, here are our top 5 [really? Ok, 3] moments in the Premier League this season.
1. David Luiz scoring an own goal.
David Luiz is a clown, with clown hair and clown feet. What’s nice is that as well as looking like a clown, he acts like one too. In amongst all the serious palaver last night – booing Rio Ferdinand who had a brother who was racially abused by John Terry, the clash at the top of the table as Manchester City struggle for form, the respective formations the two sides would use, David Luiz didn’t care. He was happy to distract us all and cheer us up. ‘Hit the ball near me and I’ll use my arse to score.’ Hoorah.
2. Joey Barton not playing football in England.
There’s tedium and then there’s Joey Barton. The man, the cigar operator, the legend. He’s off on his jollies in France for a year, and he’s even started pontificating philosophically in French. The man is a gigantic pseud, but he’s trying to amuse us. If not right now, then when his ban runs out. Is there anything that will look better than three appearances in Ligue Un, when he appears like a total chancer, gets sent off for a hack and is beaten to pulp in the streets of Marseille.
3. Roberto Mancini being passive aggressive
What you want from a manager is a considered approach to man management. You want the manager to weigh up his options, calmly, and then go ahead with what is best for the whole club. Mancini doesn’t want that though, he just wants to bully Micah Richards. Inexplicably dropped towards the end of the last season, now he refuses to play him in a back three for the start of the season, when he’s an adept full back and centre back, and then suggests he leaves the club when he struggles to find his feet. It’s OK though, because Mancini has an ace up his shirt. He’s got Maicon. Whoops!
There you have it. Happiness, passive aggressive football management, Joey Barton’s demise and whatever the first point was at the start of the article. All for dignity.