Arsenal players that have shown humility
“Arsenal players should learn humility, they got what they deserved”
Those were the words of French and Brighton’s striker, Neal Maupay; referring to the incident involving the Brighton man and arsenal players.
In the world of football where players earn the big bucks and lifestyle is out of this world, you can barely place ‘humility’ and ‘football’ in the same sentence.
We take a look at some players in this present Arsenal team that have shown humility both in and outside the football pitch.
This young is good, I mean, very good. He is currently the best player in the Arsenal team as of this moment. He is able to transfer his humility into his game thereby allowing him to keep his head down and do his learning and still have a fun time on the pitch.
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Lacazette said: “I think he is maybe the best young player in the league. As I say, he can improve in a few things but we can see the quality he has.
“And he’s humble, that’s the best thing for him. He’s really humble, he wants to work, he accepts the critiques because he wants to improve.”
Arsenal fans love this kid so much, even his interviews show how much humble he is compared to the height of his talent, Arsenal has not seen any like him burst out of the academy since the days of Fabregas and Wilshere.
2. Kieran Tierney:
“Look at Tierney with his Tesco bag fs. Love this boy, future Arsenal captain.” wrote a fan on his blog.
The statement provides a vivid picture of who Tierney is and what he represents to upcoming footballers on the values of humility if one is to make it in the game of football.
Another fan said: “Absolutely love and hate Kieran Tierney showing up with a Tesco bag haha. He’s a real one that’s for sure.”
The ‘Tesco bag’ raised so much dust among Arsenal and Celtic fans that the humble star had to comment on it;
“Everyone else commenting seemed to be talking about how refreshing it was, but my mates were slaughtering me. It wasn’t something I’d thought twice about. I had a pair of boots I had to take with me, and the only thing I had in the house was a Tesco bag. If they’re reading this, I’m still waiting on that endorsement deal!”
Other fans reactions:
3. Smith Rowe:
I guess the youngsters are providing us and the other so-called big and underperforming money-grabbing players at arsenal, a lesson on ‘Humility.
“I think he’s amazing, what a player,” Tierney said. “I think you can see how much I enjoy playing with him as well, the other day I linked up well with him I thought. There’s a good understanding.
“Off the pitch as well, he’s a great guy, a humble guy. He’ll go very far in the game.”
Imagine been called humble by the humble Tierney. Smith was a breath of fresh air to a sour arsenal season, he didn’t go raving about how much he’s worth or so on. He didn’t even moan when he was benched by Odegaard, he kept his head down and worked twice as hard.
“He is very humble and wants to continue improving with us.” Emery on Smith Rowe.
From the way he celebrates to the amount of work he puts in on the pitch, he is an Arsenal boy through and through!
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