By Randy Osae
I always knew this guy had that attitude of being the center of the show all the time. He doesn’t have the mildest personality of a player, and indeed is very hot-headed too.
Now Sunday undermined some purpose for those who jeered him not long ago. The way he acted showed little concern about the team’s well-being – because when a referee cautions you for being insubordinate, you don’t come back whining again. With his standards, he should have been one of the keen men working their socks off out there to win back love.
I always had the feeling the way he was in verbal action deemed him as an accident on the wait and eventually tapping on Modric’s back and conjuring scenes after a given foul at Sunday’s derby, meant he just wanted to see fire today.
Agree or not, Eboue is gradually, and inevitably becoming a liability to Arsenal when he appears in our colors these days. It’s as if there is a danger of not getting the best result when he plays.
Eboue is has possesed one sickening attitude, and unless he chagnes, he will make few marks at this club.
Hopefully, the Ivorian is not still beating about the bush.