Wednesday, March 18, 2009

What the hell...? Oh, well...

I did not watch the Arsenal - Hull game, that's just to lay the foundations for today's piece. But I have scoured the credible and in-credible websites and I think I can make a fair assessment, no?

First, what the f**k does Phil Brown think he's gonna achieve by berating and insinuating (no, saying) Fabregas...spat on him! Cheek! And as if that were not enough, that Wenger is not a good manager...? Well well well, if it's not Phil Brown, the friend of Sam Allardyce!

Don't you love Arsene when he says:

"I know nothing about that at all. I'm not a specialist to create newspaper stories or to create things that are minor that might have happened in the tunnel. I'm sorry, I can't speak about something I haven't seen."

In any case the season trudges on, Arsenal are still winning and that.

Back home, as the first round of the Glo Premier League nears the end, clubs fight for points and continue to challenge for positions. Eleven Wise coach Charles Akonnor has found himself in a rare position of claiming another big win in his second game in charge as his side comes up against leaders, Hearts of Oak. Second-placed Heart of Lions who also have a game in hand will seek to maintain the pressure on Hearts of Oak as they play Tema Youth.

Champions Asante Kotoko will be at home to Berekum Arsenals at the Baba Yara Stadium as they switch focus to domestic league after their participation in the Caf Champions League over the weekend. The reds are ten points adrift the leaders but don't forget that they have a game in hand.

After suffering a loss during the weekend RTU return home to play Kessben FC at the Tamale Sports Stadium. Struggling Gamba All Blacks play as visitors to All Stars at the Wa Park while Berekum Chelsea host King Faisal.

Here in Accra at the Ohene Djan Stadium, Liberty Professionals take on Sekondi Hasaacas who were crying bloody murder last Sunday. Poor them.

And as the first-round winds down, we should have a great bit of competition in the second.