Has change come to our Arsenal?
Two samba boys at the Emirates, let’s see if Arsenal can turn that to trophies. Hopefully, the Board wouldn’t stifle Edu and sell Gabriel Martinelli to Werder Bremen for €5m… *cough* Serge Gnabry anyone?
Edu is an Invincible and is riding on the back of a Copa America win if that’s anything to go by; hopefully, he’ll improve Unai Emery‘s English.
Enough of the sulking from me.
The man Edu Gasper
Let me talk about myself a little. For a few days, I’d been a little under the weather and barely bearing the drudgery of my early mornings. Getting up in the barely-there summer here in Calgary, going to work and ending up at the library prepping for exams.
Today I wondered if it was all worth it – moving to another country, starting from scratch, putting up with the cold, bloody winters. It was almost too much for me, I wanted to throw in the towel and go home. Or at least to the familiar surroundings of ‘Ol England.
But then I dug deep and found my ‘why’. My ‘why’ is the reason I keep going irrespective of the cold winters and the doors shut in my face. It’s the reason I’ll keep knuckling down to read to pass these bloody law exams. It’s the reason I’d keep taking one more step even when my legs are weighed down and heavy.
My question is: Has Arsenal found its ‘why’?
Can Edu help the team find its ‘why’?
Can he make us believe again?
Can he make the team put in that extra effort to defend and get us over the line?
Is he that man?
The plus is that he speaks some Spanish, hopefully, that’ll help Unai Emery in some way. I’m not sure I know how though, I’m grasping at straws here.
And isn’t it surprising that Edu and I share the same birthday (15th May)? We’re genius like that.
One thing is sure though, Edu knows how to win. He is an Invincible, he’s riding on the back of Brazil’s Copa America victory and he can share insights with Emery on tactics as well.