Posted 04 Feb 2009 - 13:39
Posted 04 Feb 2009 - 14:40
Anyway, he sounds quite level headed and fighting for the badge - lets hope he puts in a good performance and maybe even grabs a goal tonight!
Posted 04 Feb 2009 - 15:04
Can't believe though he has to still talk via an interpreter - he even says he doesn't do much in the evenings, how about learn some English, which in Europe is the universal language.
Languages was my strong point at school and I can get by quite well in French and German (Greek's coming along as well), but I sure as hell wouldn't do a newspaper interview in either .
Maybe he's struggling a bit....nothing personal against him but pro footballers aren't usually the sharpest pencils in the box .
Posted 05 Feb 2009 - 13:51
alltho he does already speak French, which by the way is -also- a universal language in Europe, and Arabic.
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