Monday, 21 June 2010
John Terry Hung Out To Dry By His Cowardly Team "Mates"
Does anybody really believe that John Terry was acting unilaterally when he spoke out yesterday? The guy can be a pillock but I don't think he is that stupid. Lampard admits that 9 players had a chat over a beer after the Algeria game, but then denied this represented a rebellion. Cobblers.
Terry heard what was said and then spoke out, I reckon with the encouragement of others. But when Capello came down hard, the rest then scurried to their bolt holes. "Eeeee, it wasn't me," whined Gerrard.
"Anything you say boss, I'm just happy eating donuts," mumbled Fat Frank.
"I just hate the bastard fans," Rooney declared.
"Eeee I don't care what happens as long as I'm picked because that was the deal when I agreed to come out of retirement," squeaked Carragher.
"We hate him cos he shagged our mate's ex," said Bridge and Tweedledum-Phillips in perfect harmony.
So Terry suddenly found himself isolated, with the whole team pointing at him saying, "He's Spartacus, not us!"
Well if we go out on Wednesday after another abject performance against Slovenia, I know who I will hold responsible, and it won't be Terry; it will be the gutless bastards who weren't prepared to put the country ahead of their own careers. If Capello sticks with 4-4-2 and we fail to win, then everyone of them who whined behind Capello's back but were too scared to do it to his face, will be culpable in my book. Nerves? Bollocks. Bad tactics and a disaffected bunch of players? Almost certainly.
If we crash out, watch Cameron appoint Capello to deal with the public sector workers' strikes that will pepper a winter of discontent. "It eez eazy. You say it iz a bad moment and then you take out your cock and piss on the strikers' leader."
Posted by Hammersfan at 22:25