Sunday, September 07, 2008

Heskey is a Donkey

There's shock and horror at England's dismal performance against Andorra. . . and so there should be. They certainly packed the goalmouth and made it difficult for England to score, but then again who does Capello bring on at half time as England's main striker – Emile 'the donkey' Heskey. What is Capello thinking? Here is a man who last season, while playing for Wigan, scored 8 goals in 34 appearances; that's a goal every 4 games. This season, so far, he's scored  just once in four appearances. so at least in that regard he's fairly consistent. Frankly it's a joke that he's even considered to play for England; why an earth are we playing a man as a striker who clearly has so many problems finding the net?

1 comment:

James Higham said...

Why indeed, Richard?