Â For God's sake. When you started your infantile taunting of Arsene Wenger before the Carling Cup final, we all dismissed it as 'mind games' which you managers seem to enjoy playing with each other. So you spoke, he responded, and you spoke again. You told him how you were better than him because you managed to win the Champions League with Porto. You told us all how you were the special one, and one of the top managers in the world. All of which can be reduced to a childish "ner-ner-ner-ner-ner-ner".
So, at the end of the match, in which Arsenal's kids played better, but you only just managed to win, you should do the Honourable thing, shake hands, and let it all be over. Especially after the brawl that happened at the end of the match. But no. You decided to rub salt in Mr. Wenger's wounds.
'Since I arrived at Chelsea, they [Arsenal] lost Premierships, they lost the Charity Shield to us, they lost the Carling Cup to us. I don't think they are winning a lot.
'Absolutely brilliant young boys, manager top, team with a great future. But they didn't win.'
Oh come on !! They played very well, and you were lucky to beat them. But isn't this going to far? Hasn't anyone ever told you not to kick a man when he's down? You won the game, fair play to you, can we please move on to the next game?
But you didn't stop there. OhÂ no. Your verbal diarrhoea was in full flow. You decided to turn your attention to the master of mind games, Mr. Alex Ferguson. Apparently, they were 'lucky' to beat Fulham last week. Wow. Just like you were lucky to beat Arsenal on Sunday. So what's the difference? But no, you had more to say, didn't you :
"But this is a season in which United have had no injuries and every player has been fine to play"
Mmm, just like your two seasons when you won the league then. You went on to talk about their Lille match, and how a goal was disallowed, and how Giggs scored 'that goal'. How Ronaldo 'went down' against Tottenham (Drogba anyone?).
I can't believe all this is coming out of your mouth, you, who accused Wenger of being a 'voyeur' not too long ago. Who's the voyeur now?
I think Boavista coach Jaime Pacheco has summed it up in the best possible way. He thinks you're sick. No, really. He says you have a mental problem.
I prayed two prayers today. First of all, I asked God to let Manchester United win the league this season. Trust me, as a Liverpool fan, it's one of the hardest things I've ever done. Then, I asked him to make sure Roman Abramovic sacks you at the end of this season. Maybe then, you will learn a little bit about humility.