Sky Sports have caught up with Arsenal’s most controversial player at present, full-back turned midfielder Emmanuel Eboue, to find out how life at Arsenal has been in the past few weeks.
The Ivorian responded by talking about how things were difficult in the aftermath of his infamous Wigan substitution, where a large section of the Emirates booed off the numberÂ 27 for a miserable performance when the substitute was subbed. But in a funny interview in which Eboue said the phrase “very very” to describe every situation, he now claims that everything is great after receiving mail from supporters apologising for their actions.
Some, however, are refusing to renege on their opinion of Eboue with the Daily Mirror’s Martin Lipman leading the latest backlash against the footballer.
Lipman: “Emmanuel EboueÂ should never play for Arsenal again. His sending-off at Tottenham on Sunday that cost Arsenal any chance of winning the game came from two stupid yellow cards and was the latest in a long, long line of mistakes…. The fans don’t like him because he dives, is not particularly good and his style on the pitch leaves them wondering whether he cares enough. His interview shows he cares. But, sadly, he hasn’t learnt. Oh, no.”
Emmanuel “very very” Eboue’s interview can be seen here.