Arsenal chairman sides with hull

Arsenal chairman Peter Hill Wood has blasted captain Cesc Fabregas for his conduct on the pitch following his side's 2-1 FA cup win over Hull last week. Pictures showed a fired up Cesc celebrating after the game with his team mates after the dramatic win, pictures which have prompted the lying orange bluetooth facilitator Phil Brown to 1) question why the Arsenal captain was on the pitch, and 2) why was he dressed in the manner he was dressed. While Arsene Wenger has had his say:"You know, you want the team spirit, you want the players to be together, you want the players who do not play to be happy, as well, and to share it with the players who played."And, on the other side, you cannot say that they do not turn up, they are sitting behind me. I think it is part of the captain's job."So has chairman Peter Hill Wood:"I have to say that I wasn't impressed with those pictures that appeared,"We ought to look at that. And I don't think it is a good idea for players who have not been involved in the game to go on the pitch at the end.""It is certainly something we ought to look at for the future," My opinion? I was over the moon seeing Cesc on the pitch pumping his fists and celebrating with the lads, like Wenger said he's the captain of the football club and his duties now also lie off the pitch as well as on it (ironic i know), he's allowed to express his delight at winning and has to be a big character in that dressing room, and if Hull's staff had a go at him he's well in his rights to have a go back. I don't believe for one second he spat at anyone and Phil Brown has already proved himself a notorious liar. As for his clothes, who cares? It's a ridiculous argument. His own chairman has slated him when he clearly did nothing wrong. Staying with team spirit, Manu Eboue who doesn't get enough plaudits for some of his performances on the pitch, certainly showed how much of a class act he is off the pitch last night against Newcastle. The lad is dropped to the bench, yet did he sulk? No. You seen him buoying the players and getting each of them pumped up before they went out for the second half. OUTSTANDING professionalism from the winger and we need people like that in our squad. People who care.

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