Héctor Bellerin (2)


#202

YES! Get in Hector! Suck it Barca! :bellerin:


#203

One club man i reckon :cristo:


#204

Brilliant news and it says something that he’s signing on for so long, 2023!

Fully deserved too, he’s been fantastic since his debut and is quickly proving to be as important as the likes of Özil, Alexis, Kos and Cech.

Love this goal from him:


#205

Not the most eloquent response to good news, but I concur all the same.


#206

Yeah that was some positive news to wake up to, one of the best right backs in the league and only 21 years of age.


#207

This is brilliant news, especially following on from signing Koscielny up (or we’re about to do so)


#208

They can kiss their DNA now :wilshere:


#209

The boy certainly knows how to endear himself to the fans

:heart_eyes:


#210

Christ that’s preachy nonsense. Surprised he didn’t finish it with hashtag blessed.


#211

Too cynical for your own good sometimes


#212

I love this guy, seems a true gooner, but everyone can change with an huge offer on the table.


#213

Let’s not forget he is only 21. He has still enough time to go to Barcelona hehehe. Cesc went 1-2 years to early…


#214

Personally I just like to separate football from theology. He could stick bunnies up his arse for foreplay for all I care, long as he makes the difference on the pitch.


#215

What’s this got to do with God or religion?!


#216

I find it bs because we have an actual cheater, in Giroud, in the squad. He doesn’t say it because he means it, but too suck up… Or maybe I’m cynical too.


#217

That’s a mental image I won’t be rid of for some time.


#218

Obviously the philosophical ramifications of what is good lol. He’s barely an adult, what exactly makes him such an expert during his short, highly sheltered life.


#219

But it isn’t obvious, because that isn’t what theology means.

Never mind, I see what you mean now.


#220

I don’t think he’s claimed to be an expert, he’s merely giving his thoughts as he sees it.


#221

As was I by concluding that it’s ‘preachy nonsense.’