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Humble In Victory After Man City

After the historic defeat of Manchester City in the FA cup semi-final, the Arseblagger, Blackburn George, while ecstatic is humble in victory and cautious about the future.

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  1. Interesting choice of words both Luiz and Arteta chose to use it post match. I feel it stems from the Guendouzi debacle where it was aimed at a criticism at some of our players.
    I take it to mean that the team need to realise they have a long way to go to compete at the highest level and that They need to treat every opponent with respect.
    It is a trait that I feel fits with Arteta’s management style.
    In contrast I’m not sure that it is a word uttered by the manager at the other end of the Seven Sisters Road!

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  2. Q to Arteta: “That playing out at the back, it paid off for the goal, but do you get nervous watching that?”

    Arteta: “No. I get nervous when we kick it long!”

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  3. Mikel Arteta can’t help breaking into a smile when discussing Santi Cazorla.

    Our former Spain international played his final game for Villarreal on Sunday night, and our head coach said the 35-year-old is a unique character on and off the field.

    “My opinion of Santi cannot be any higher,” Arteta said. “Personally, first, with the type of person he is and what he brings to that dressing room, but then also as a player for what he did throughout his career.

    “About the coaching role and the future, we will see what happens. Right now, he’s just finished [at Villarreal] so let him enjoy that moment and we’ll see what happens in the future.”

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  4. Ooooh Santi Cazorla!

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  5. It couldn’t really happen could it?

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  6. He is going to Al Sadd in Dubai, coached by Xavi, for one last big payday. Who can blame him?

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  7. Apparently we have the fixer from the Leicester match in charge tonight. Absolute shyster.

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