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Observational analysis cost Arsenal £150m

Observational analysis cost Arsenal £150m



I remember once as a child, in science class, I called a pal of mine fat in front of a teacher. Mr Smith said,
‘If you were stuck up a mountain, who’d die first" You, because you’re a skinny runt’
‘Well bitch,’ I responded.
‘I’d rather die a painful hypothermic death than look terrible in that Puma shirt I know is coming in 10 years’
I jest, I grew out of football kits by the time I was 11 years old.
Point to my story, never write off a fat kid. You know who learnt that the hard way" Liam Brady. He passed on Harry Kane.
?He was chubby and not very athletic, but we got it wrong.
?Even Tottenham loaned him out to the lower leagues three or four times though.
?But he?s building a great career thanks to his determination and he deserves it.”
What I love about those comments is the sole reasoning for not keeping him on seems to be ‘he was a bit fat.’ No comment on his technical ability, his lack of goals, or his attitude. Just that he was a bit chubby. What sort of analysis is that" I mean, in the moment, when you’re down the Duck and Two Cats with the lads, you’d make those comments for show. But in 2018, when Harry is worth £150m, wouldn’t you rather just make up some nonsense excuse about his fatigue levels" Quite amazing Brady would shower himself in an amateur fat shaming analysis. Anyway, never write off a chubby kid, they might one day rule the world.
My mate from school" No. He didn’t rule the world. But I tell you one thing, he’d rule you in a drinking session if it stretched longer than 2 days.
In other news, Hector Bellerin reckons Alexis was giving it 100% for Arsenal.
?Alexis is an amazing player. One of the best in the Premier League for sure but he is a player who always wants to win. He demands from everyone, sometimes it can be too much.
?The great thing is he wants to win, to give 100 per cent. This season maybe things weren?... view: 0
source: le-grove
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