Happy Monday Spursland! And oh, what a happy Monday it is. If you are anything like me, you have spent the last several hours since the derby ended writing RomCom fanfiction staring Kyle Walker and someone who bares a striking resemblance to myself. Don't judge me, I know you were doing it too. But seriously folks, It's a rare thing we are currently enjoying, our team living up to, or as close as they can, their abilities and giving us something to believe in. Let's savor the flavor any way we can.
And now the "news"
Things to take away form this interview, Harry thinks the Croatians are all top lads and everyone else on the team is an a-hole.
For once this wasn't a racist chant, but that doesn't make it any better. The Arsenal supporters, and this was a minority of them, were chanting in reference to the Togolese National team tragedy of last year when the team was attacked during the African Cup of Nations and three team members died while Adebayor survived. If you were one of those participating and stumble upon this, please die in a fire, signed everyone.
The Guardian makes some astute and less than astute observations. For instance, they thinks Arsene Wenger isn't going to see his 15th year with Arsenal. Pish posh.
What's happening around SB Nation after the jump
Alternate titles include "(Spit-take)", thats just the sound of me spitting liquid out of my mouth in shock or, "Eren Derdiyok takes a shit on that Rooney goal that finds its way into every highlights package ever".
Am I being too hard on Rooney? Who cares, screw that guy and his plastic hair.
My close personal friend who I have never trolled, Graham MacAree does a little talking about Frank Lampard and why he is awesome despite what the tabloidesk at best English sports pages write about him. And for once I actually agree. Way to go Frank, and as my students say, "keep doing you son", whatever that means.
This isn't anything substantive in the actually article, it's just the Merseyside Derby match report. It is however the coolest name for a derby match report ever. The game done changed.