Sick again, it is hard to support him at times, he does not help himself.
A bit like in the office having a really good employee who you are also mates with, going out a couple of days a week after work for a pint, yet is off sick twice a month.
You want to support and back them but eventually the camels back is broken.
I am getting to this point with Ozil.
Some have said he has a low immune system, others that he has a dicky back. it is then crazy that we gave him such a huge contract if we knew that he had health or injury problems.
I do not believe the rumours of a training ground bust-up. The media are just trying to use The Arsenal name to create hits.
With it being the last week of the transfer window, it did get me thinking.
Should Arsenal cash in on Mesut Ozil if a bid comes in?
Aubameyang v Lacazette
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has started the season slowly. He is however still a class act.
Meanwhile Alexandre Lacazette has looked electric every time he has come on, making things happen. Both players seem to also play well together.
So who should start against Cardiff?
Watching the Jose Mourinho press conference yesterday was a thing of beauty.
Mourinho demanding respect from the media as he has won 3 Premier League titles, whilst all other 19 managers in the division have only won 2 between them.
It got me thinking about Mourinho’s comments about Arsene Wenger back in October 2005.
“I think he is one of these people who is a voyeur,” he said. “He likes to watch other people. There are some guys who, when they are at home, they have a big telescope to see what happens in other families. He speaks and speaks and speaks about Chelsea.”
At this point, Mourinho had won just 1 Premier League title against Wenger’s 3.
He showed no respect to Wenger, despite Wenger, at the time, having won more than him in England. In fact, throughout his career in England, he has shown a lot of disrespect to others on the touchline.
Most notably the amount of times he has shaken the hand of an opposing manager and walked off in a strop.
Mourinho needs to take a long hard look at himself. If he wants respect from the media and other managers, perhaps he should start by giving them the respect first?
Respect is for those who deserve it, not those who demand it.