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Bitter Xavi Lashes Out Like A Child

Bitter Xavi Lashes Out Like A Child

We all knew that it wouldn't be long before those gobby twats over at Camp Nou started talking about Cesc again, but little did we know they would be so bitchy about it.

It was always going to be either Xavi or Puyol who spoke up, because let's face it, they never know when to shut the f**k up. Of course it turned out to be Xavi 'DNA' Hernandez who spoke first.

Obviously feeling a tad hurt by being made to look like the bell-end that he is after all of his posturing and claiming that we couldn't keep Cesc from going 'home', the arrogant little brat says the Arsenal captain could join Barca in Janurary when we're 'out of the title race'.

'We've given up on the idea of him arriving now, but maybe he'll come in January when Arsenal are out of the Premier League title race, their team are just not competitive.' says Chavi.

'Arsenal are wrong to have forced him to remain there, they can't just hold him against his will,'

Many Gooners will feel a certain amount of anger after reading his comments, but don't, just laugh at how pathetic and bitter he sounds after the mighty Gunners stood up to him and his bunch of cretinous friends.

Anyone else rooting for Real Madrid in this season's 2 horse La Liga race?



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday August 9 2010
Time: 11:53AM

Comments

0
His talent aside, I've always hated his face. Now I got a concrete reasons why. This has got to be the ********.i.e.s.t of all remarks. F U Xavi.
gronedrone
09/08/2010 11:59:00
0
Whatever that poor loser may say, we'll get on to the pitch and perform! Weren't we written off last year twice, didn't we come back in to the title race and stay close until April, only to succumb to injuries. This year won't see us out of the race either, we'll show on the pitch! And for La Liga, Real Madrid will have to displace Barca to put them off this kind of cheap trash talk!
Sriram Iyer
09/08/2010 11:59:00
0
Ouch!
Clive 49
09/08/2010 12:08:00
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Were we out of the title race last January? And the January before that? And the January before that? Why I beleive we were actually top in January in the 07/08 season for a sustained period and not far off the pace at all in January last season. The chavy little ***** ought to do a bit of research first before making silly-ass harebrained comments. Obviously the little *****'s pride is wounded because despite his little premonitions and endless nonsense about Cesc having Barca DNA, the transfer didnt go through as he thought it would. *****er. I hope we come across Barca in the C/L so this little bellend can be taught some manners.
True-Gooner-Blood
09/08/2010 12:08:00
0
Very childish and pointless comments from him really, bizarre interview to give.
EvertonMike
09/08/2010 12:08:00
0
Agree with you guyz, Barca players seem to get away with a lot more than players in the EPL. Can't imagine what Mr Platini would have done by now if someone was openly courting Messi away from Barca .. All the best for the season!
Chels_India
09/08/2010 12:18:00
0
Completely at odds with Guardiola who says that Wenger was right to keep him here and that Cesc should enjoy "what is such a special and competitive league" while he can - acknowledging that La Liga is a wholly uncompetitive totally financially distorted lcompetition.
Amos.
09/08/2010 12:21:00
0
Pep showed he is class! Xavi, however, is just a sour loser! Do we care about losers anyway? Thats why we'll not answer Clive 49! :P
Sriram Iyer
09/08/2010 12:27:00
0
I can feel the anger in Xavi's words now ! All those wasted interviews by him and his Barca mates while Cesc remains a Gooner.
Cockney Rich
09/08/2010 12:31:00
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Xavi doesn't seem to know the broader context in which football operates. A gifted footballer may often think that they 'understand' the game but not all do. Xavi is more Maradona in this respect that Cruyff. Bet he would suck at management/ coaching.
Deltaforce
09/08/2010 12:48:00
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