Definition: A member of the offensive team that lines up directly behind the offensive line. The Quarterback is the leader of the offensive team, responsible for calling the play.
Cazorla back in the centre, next to Le Coq, playing the role he converted to last season and made his own. Not flirting around on the wings, have little or no effect into the proceedings.
Santi showed with he can have more influence on the game, dictating the play from a deeper, more strategic role.
90+ passes at a completion rate of 93%, a passing range between 8 and 45 metres and the instant wherewithal to cover the evermore adventurous Coq.
The Quarterback role to a tee.
As Arsene said post match:
“Cazorla is important in the start of the game when the ball comes from our defenders, because he can pass from deep midfield to high midfield better than everybody and get out of pressure.”
Also, this week in ‘Maureen Watch’
When asked a specific question regarding, MANUEL PELLEGRINI’s new contract at MANCHESTER CITY, Maureen, again turned his answer around to Arsene Wenger & Arsenal!!!
Maureen was questioned whether he was surprised by Pellegrini’s new contract, given that City finished second last season.
His response to the swarming masses, drooling over every word he utters was: “Why? Some other clubs have disappointed for 15 years and the manager is the same”
Now either, Mrs Maureen ain’t putting out or Hose-A has some serious wood for Arsene.
Just kiss him Jose, you know you want to
Me thinks it’s turning into an obsession
As Arsene once said, “when you give success to stupid people. It makes them more stupid”
A fake result? Whatever Maureen, whatever!!!!
As the meltdown continues the odds are widening hugely on Chelsea retaining their title and the way Mourinho is acting you might be better betting on him losing his job or just put your spare cash in 100% original Australian pokies for real money??
Until next time…..
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