Piers Morgan is an idiot
A rich, successful, globally recognisable idiot, but an idiot nonetheless. His latest moronic tweet continues his anti-Arsene Wenger theme, trying to argue that Robin van Persie would have stayed if Wenger had signed Mesut Ozil last year. Except he couldn’t sign Ozil last year, because Ozil wasn’t for sale until the moment Gareth Bale arrived at Real Madrid. An eight-year-old with the reading age of a four-year-old could have told you that, Morgan. Idiot.
Most frustrating aspect of Wenger's eventual reawakening is this > if he'd bought Ozil last year, Van Pursestrings may have stayed. #Afc
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 15, 2013
We're gonna win the league!
Arsenal may have won comfortably at Sunderland, but their opposition were poor, and the referee gave the Gunners more than one helping hand. Still, the reality doesn’t stop fans dreaming of their first silverware since Prince William had hair…
Arteta,Wilshire,Santi,Walcott,Chamberlaine,Ramsey and Ozil I think Arsenal got the best midfield in the league
— Mr Mbanga (@C1YTG) September 15, 2013
Manchester City’s goalless draw at a rejuvenated Stoke City side would have been seen as a disappointing but just about acceptable result in the Roberto Mancini era. But apparently it is unacceptable now…
Another poor performance from City #PellegriniOut
— Best In The World (@PeterW_Obafemi) September 14, 2013
And if you thought that was ridiculous, #mourinhoout trended briefly on Saturday (care has been taken to ensure these were not ironic tweets…)
— Guneet Oberoi (@GuneetMUFC) September 15, 2013
Why was Cahill dropped?? Mourinho answer me! Luiz and Terry both poor. No Oscar? Our best player #mourinhoout
— CraigJames (@CraigJ_Murray) September 14, 2013
Rooney = legend
So a goal apiece in an uninspiring 2-0 win over a 10-man promoted side (who should not have had a man sent off) and Manchester United have the best strike partnership in world football. Stick to salvaging your tennis career, Jamie…
Apparently a goalless draw between two mid-table sides means the Premier League can be compared to Scotland’s offering. You don’t see many Rabona through balls at St Johnstone though…
To anyone who ever called Scottish football pub standard: I'm watching my first EPL in a while - W Ham v Soto and all I can say is HAHAHA.
— smernicki (@smernicki) September 15, 2013