Just whose side are you on?


To cut a long discourse on this topic short – such friendly interaction at half-time in the enemy’s stinking ‘wet dreams’ cauldron during a (one-sided) rivalry match is deemed to be fraternizing with the enemy, especially when the other side is content on wearing a ludicrous red picnic cloth and that they now have our once-top striker.

Andre Santos failed to realize that the seemingly innocent gesture of swapping shirts would fall hard on the losing team. Say if Man Ure had lost that day, RvP would be the one getting the stick. Instead, the Dutchman is pretty confident that his side would beat the Arsenal that he had made Santos look like a fool.

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