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Mad Jens Slates Cole & His Book

Mad Jens Slates Cole & His Book

The goalkeeper that everybody, aside from Arsenal fans, loves to hate has turned the heat up a notch or two ahead of Sunday's vital match with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Mad Jens Lehmann has critisied Ashley 'I almost crashed my Bently' Cole for writing a 'pointless' book at such a young age and reckons the England left back deserves all the abuse throw at him by traveling Gooners.

'Of course Ashley should expect criticism from supporters on Sunday, he should get criticism.' said the crazy German.

'That is football. It makes the game exciting. If he didn't it would have meant that he wasn't an important player, but he was. He was a vital member of our squad and we enjoyed some major successes with him.'

'So obviously he should expect some negative emotions when he plays against Arsenal. I do not understand why young players write books. I do not know why a player at 25 wants to tell me all about their big experiences.'

'When I consider the age I am now, I would have a lot to tell people. But it seems to be an English habit to come out with books that nobody needs. I don't know if Cole should have waited before writing his book but the English mentality seems to be different to elsewhere.'

'I will probably write one when I retire. But I am a bit older than these players. As I said, what is the point of writing a book at 25?'

Hopefully we'll see some antics to enrage the Chelsea crowd on Sunday.

You've gotta love him!!


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday December 7 2006
Time: 10:52PM

Comments

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Mad Jens speaking truth there...hey, maybe Walcott will pen a book in time for Christmas '07!
Shinobi
08/12/2006 00:35:00
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The straight shooting Lehman is spot on. No sugar coating needed. Telling it like it is the name of real men talk.
SWPACIFIC
08/12/2006 06:07:00
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Mad Jens we love youuuuuuuuuuu..
luckys_10
08/12/2006 08:47:00
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Very nicely put, Jens !! All you gooners who are going for the game, stick it to cashley!!!
prits
08/12/2006 10:23:00
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It's all true. If I want to read a book by a footballer, I want Romario's book, Zidane's, Bergkamp's, Maldini's. Not Cole's, Rooney's, Lampard's, Rio's.
Gaga
08/12/2006 10:54:00
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Cashley's going down
simon
08/12/2006 17:16:00
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Yh I agree gaga, I hate when Rooney and them make their books wjich no one wants to read. Guys if you are going slate Cashely as much as possible!!
gunner-minesh
08/12/2006 19:13:00
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both pathetic!!! We to expect more histrionics from Jens at the weekend!?
BaldyYid
16/12/2006 16:48:00
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