Sunday, 4 April 2010
After Six Straight Defeats, Zola Pledges No Change!
Is this man a complete idiot? Is he incapable of seeing beyond the end of his own nose? After six straight defeats, including home reverses against Bolton, Wolves and Stoke, Zola has assured us that he is going to stand by his principles and change nothing ahead of Sunday's game with Everton.
Listen to the fool! “What keeps me happy is I think I am doing the right thing — results are not going my way but I’m trying my hardest, my best. I’m doing it with honesty. Even if results are not coming my way now it doesn’t stop me from trying.”
Well Gianfranco, I'm glad you are happy because just shy of 35,000 fans were pretty hacked off at Upton Park last Saturday. We are level on points with third from bottom Hull and Zola still thinks he is doing "the right thing"! We are the only team to have lost to Brian Laws managed Burnley, and Zola still thinks he is "doing the right thing". We barely managed three shots over 180 minutes of football against Wolves and Stoke, and Zola still thinks he is doing "the right thing". We mustered one shot in 45 minutes against 10 man Arsenal, and Zola still thinks he is "doing the right thing". We failed to find an equaliser against 10 man Bolton but Zola still thinks he is doing "the right thing". And Zola thinks we are playing attacking football! Three goals scored in the last six games, and Zola thinks we are playing attacking football and that he is doing "the right thing"!
Asked if he will change the tactics, Zola replied, "“I won’t change it. I will try to find solutions that guarantee some results. It’s the only reason why I’m in football because it’s my dream to play in a certain way." It might be your dream Gianfranco, but for the rest of us it is a living nightmare!
So what can we expect against Everton? More of the same it seems. You know, that free flowing attacking football we have become accustomed to under Zola. You know, that exciting brand of football that involves passing the ball backwards and sideways until somebody lumps an aimless straight ball up to Mido or Cole, or sends in a cross from mid way into the opposition half because nobody is positioned on the correct flank to get to the byline!
Moyes will be tossing and turning in his bed tonight!
Come On You This Manager's Not For Turning Irons!
Posted by Hammersfan at 00:00