Monday, 8 October 2012

Riccardo Vaz Te - instant karma

I don't normally enjoy seeing people get hurt, even my worst enemies, but did anyone else feel a bit smug and satisfied when Riccardo Vaz Te dislocated his shoulder against Arsenal on Saturday?

I quite like Vaz Te as a player, but like all West Ham players he is clearly under instructions from his manager to put the boot in and give the opposition players a good kicking whenever he thinks he can get away with it.

And so it came to pass that RVT gave Vito Mannone a nice little 'reminder that he was there' by kicking him in the head after he had come out to collect the ball. Then, to make sure that he didn't get booked, he threw himself to the floor to feign injury, just like Big Spam had told him to. Good boy!

Unfortunately for Vaz Te, he miscalculated and landed badly, dislocating his shoulder in the process, and had to be substituted. Poor bloke, my heart bleeds for him. (Did you catch the lack of sincerity there or was it too subtle?)

The FA may be too weak to take action against thugs such as Vaz Te (it's all part of the English game) but, as he is finding out, karma can be a real b**** sometimes.

Update: Riccardo Vaz Te will be out for three months.

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1 comment:

  1. It's nice u pointed this out coz I saw it and was wodering if any other person did. He got what he deserved, I felt no sorry fr him.