It’s a he said she said spat. Well actually, a he said, he said spat. French coach Deschamps has exposed his little claws at our manager after Wenger criticized the way in which Abou Diaby was treated after just recovering from injury.
Wenger expressed his anger that Abou Diaby should not have been picked for recent international duty after the midfielder sustained a thigh injury in a 2-1 defeat by Chelsea in the Premier League last Saturday and was sidelined for up to three weeks.
Wenger originally said, “I think it was a mistake to play him with the national team. I said many times that if France wanted Diaby in Spain they should not take him for Finland and Belarus.”
Deschamps has now fired back “I want to remind him (Wenger) that I am the only one to decide who will be picked and how long those who are picked will play. There is only one to decide and it’s me.”
Ooh, easy guys. You know, arguing over an injury to Diaby is lame to begin with. It’s like arguing why the wind blows or why the sun shines. It’s a natural, common event. Despite Diaby and his frail 90 year old body, I’ll agree with Wenger because I’m a Gunner. Shut up Deschamps, you’re at fault here. Not that that will actually help change that Diaby is injured. Can we all move on now?
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