Sunday, 28 March 2010
Zola's Postcard From Sardinia
Ciao everybody, wish you were here, except for Mr Sullivan of course.
The weather here is wonderful and the sea looks so beautiful from the grounds of my villa. They tell me there are sharks in the bay but I am not worried. I am sure if I go in swimming everything will be fine. I have faith you see.
I have been thinking about the situation at West Ham and have decided to stay on. When all is said and done, football is just a game and we should not get so stressed about it. So what if we lose a few games? So what if the club is relegated? At the end of the day, providing the players are trying, we should be happy. Life is too short to worry about little things like relegation. I have played in Seria B and C and still enjoyed my football. We should not lose sight of that - football is sport, football is fun, it is about taking part, not about winning. That is why we should be called West Ham Olympic.
I was wondering this morning, when I woke to the sound of the gulls, why the Sun always rises in the East and sets in the West. If I was God, I would do it the other way around. Like that the Sun could cut inside rather than make its usual journey. The gulls have also troubled me. Surely they would look more majestic if they tried flying sideways and backwards rather than slavishly following the trawler. But now I am sounding like that French philospher.
Anyway, I have decided not to resign. Why not give it another go? My villa awaits if things do not work out so well in East London.
Posted by Hammersfan at 22:08