18 Jan 2019 13:16:40
I've just been told Arnie has been pulled from the squad tomorrow, not in the right frame of mind apparently.

1.) 18 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019 14:00:15
Bloody shame Stevie, I bet you often phone in to your boss if you still work and tell him that🤣🤣 What a total disgrace for a professional, unless that’s a cover for being dropped by MP, he should have his wages docked! But I also think if that’s the case the management should have the courage to tell the fans it’s because of his attitude, but then of course that could backfire in selling him, so catch 22 maybe? ⚒⚒.

2.) 18 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019 14:28:38
I suffered a bout of depression last year. I still turned up to work and did my job, so should he.
Chelmsford - spot on fine him until he is in 'the right mind' again.

3.) 18 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019 15:07:35
Oh dear, this is not going to end happily, if as reported his thrown his toys out the pram I would not be surprised this is the last we see of him. MP will not tolerate this and seems the kind of bloke that will just let him sulk to he sees sense, but the way Arnie comes across that may be a while.

I do not see the benefit in keeping him if he will constantly sulk for the rest of the season, what a waste of wages we pay him.

Im not saying we give in to him for a lousy £35m but if this is the way its going to be see if this China team will cough up more and just get rid. We are in a good place at the moment and we just don't need attitudes in the squad.

We scored plenty of goals without him anyway, and as I said before when his not playing other players seem to step up more rather than try to play through him all the time.

He created with Stoke and we bought him knowing how he treated Stoke when he wanted the move, so why should the DGS and indeed MP be so surprised by his antics.

If DGS come out and start talking loyalty to WH that would be hypocritical as he basically refused to play for Stoke to get his move to WH, it did not bother the DGS than and as now the shoe is on the other foot they should not be surprised now.

4.) 18 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019 15:23:10
Bored of this story now.

5.) 18 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019 16:08:37
I believe it’s wrong to compare the job and life of a footballer to our own “normal” jobs and lives.

We have no clue what it takes to be a footballer.

But, having said that, I imagine many footballers suffer depression and still do their best.

6.) 19 Jan 2019
19 Jan 2019 06:34:57
Sorry, Bucky. They’re paid huge amounts of money to do what they love doing. How many of us can say that?