What’s the secret for Arsenal to break Chelsea’s home record? Podolski: ‘Get there and break the record’
After becoming a reluctant benchwarmer for the first part of this season, Lukas Podolski has gradually worked his way back into the reckoning at Arsenal, and regained the lost trust from Arsene Wenger.
The German looks in good shape to start against Chelsea this weekend, and has spoken to Arsenal TV to preview the game.
Pointing out that he’s yet to play at the Bridge, Poldi looks highly motivated for the London derby, and had a simple solution to a rather complex question.
Asked by the interviewer, ‘what’s the secret to breaking Chelsea’s unbeaten home record’, Poldi pithily replied, ‘Go there and break the record’.
Quality. It’s for passion and determination like that that Gooners love Poldi.
Doesn’t blink a lot, does he, Poldi?
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