Patrice Evra thinks Arsenal are a team of babies, and he’s not far wrong.
Unai Emery’s men looked utterly lost as they suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United on Monday night, and despite fourth place crying out to be taken from rivals Chelsea, they’ll remain where they are – sat precariously in fifth, one point ahead of Crystal Palace.
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The Manchester United legend, who enjoyed his share of the “real” rivalry between his former side and Arsenal before it became a petty battle for a Europa League spot, was never going to be kind to the Gunners, was he?
Indeed, as a self-proclaimed lover of the game, mediocrity is clearly something he cannot accept. So it should come as no surprise to anyone that he took his opportunity on the grand stage of Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football to patronise Arsenal and belittle Emery’s team for how they’ve performed. Here he is giving a very frank assessment of his “babies…”
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But it’s the sly reference to Robin van Persie, who ຜະລິດແນນ 132 goals whilst playing for Arsenal, accepting that United a squad of men in comparison, really rubs salt in the wound.
He said, “even when Robin van Persie first came, on the first day I shook his hand and said, ‘welcome to a man’s club.’ At the beginning he was upset, but after one month he said, ‘you’re completely right, Patrice.'”