Tim Krul disappointed with Van Persie outburst

The Newcastle star winger Hatem Ben Arfa declared that people shouldn’t look too much into the fight that goalkeeper Tim Krul had with Arsenal’s captain Robin Van Persie after the late winner scored by Vermaelen in the 94th minute.

According to the French international Robin’s attitude is not their problem and the Toon’s shouldn’t waste time concentrating on that when what they should do is concentrate on the next few games.

“Van Persie is not our problem. We can’t waste energy on him, it must all go on those last 10 games and we must concentrate on getting as many points from the 30 as we can. That’s all finished, we now just have to keep our heads up high.”

Newcastle’s goalkeeper Tim Krul declared himself disappointed in what happened with his Dutch national team colleague:
“I was disappointed with the incident involving Robin,” he told the club’s official website.

“We are both professional sportsmen and what happens on the pitch stays on the pitch.

“We are playing in arguably the best and toughest league in the world and things like this happen.

“There is only one thing on my mind during a game and that is to win.”

The situation is likely to come to life again next time when the Dutch national squad will get together.

Unfortunately for Krul, if the manager will decide to cut somebody from the team to avoid incident that somebody will certainly not be Robin.

Face facts! Arsenal are not buying anyone at all….

This transfer window has been even more disappointing than usual for Arsenal Fans, with Arsene Wenger not only denying interest in all the rumoured targets, but even calling for the transfer window in January to be scrapped altogether.

This has finally got through to the press and the red-tops have even stopped making up rumours any more as they have finally realised what we all knew deep down anyway, that Arsenal are simply going to buy no-one despite having a whole team of injured players.

Wenger’s latest outburst said it all really. He said: “If the players come back, we are strong enough. If we do not have the players back, we will struggle.

“Football is not a supermarket where you go in there and say, ‘Give me a left-back, please. And a right-back and a centre-back.’ We have to find the players better than what we have.

“When Vermaelen plays left-back, finding a better left-back for me is difficult. Vermaelen has missed two games, maybe another game Sunday. You cannot every time buy a player when you have an injury. Where do you finish?

“England is bankrupt. The whole of Europe is bankrupt and everyone continues to spend like nothing happened.

“Arsenal are not bankrupt. We manage in a sensible way at Arsenal and that’s why we are not bankrupt. We try to spend the money we have.”

Funnily enough I DON’T see Arsenal spending the money they have, not even the massive profits that they made on their transfer dealings in the summer.

And as for not finding “players better than what we have”, I can name hundreds of players that are better than Chamakh, Squillaci, Almunia, Arshavin, need I go on?????