Daily Mail reported Antoine Sibierski has given a clue for his best pal at Manchester City Joey Barton about what the Latics team will do for him, thanks alot Sib! Sibierski was Bart best friend when both still playing for the City and some said Sib also given good recommendation for Joey to join Newcastle.
Antoine Sibierski has admitted Wigan must bid to wind him up and get him sent off. Sibierski said Joey Barton is a really good player with great commitment wherever he plays, but sometimes he can switch off very, very quickly.
If that's what they want to do for Joey, I believe Bart will have been well prepared and Big Sam will tell him to keep cool. Barton was also having that special treatment while playing against macKem, and he shows that he is the new Barton and he will not be easily winded now.
But for us, we have another key to win today's match inside the Wigan team. I do hope Steve Bruce will keep the faith in Titus, and so we can used him as the “Fear Factor” to his own defensive line.
As for Joey, he has scores his first goal for United when his late penalty condemned Fulham side at Craven Cottage. Although he is not the one who was being given any instruction to take the penalty when we have one, but Milner does, he grab the ball on that day and scores.
“It was great to get my first goal, but I'm more happy for the team as it got us the win. That's two late wins in a row and you have to praise the lads for not giving in and keeping on fighting until the end.” Barton said as quoted from Sky.
“There's a real togetherness in the squad and that's showed in recent games.” He added more, “This team is starting to believe and with the ability we've got we can keep marching up the table.”
Meanwhile, talking about his behaviour, Barton said on an interview with the Chronicle that he has no need to excuse his French. He is such a clear-headed, refreshingly candid, compelling individual and ferociously fierce. And no more so than when summing up his philosophy on life and football.
“You can’t please everyone in this world, just the people that mean a lot to you, who you value,” he says. “I know what kind of person I am, I know how I deal with people I know, and who I love and respect. That is all that matters.”
In this case, I do hope that Big Sam is the one that he love and give respect to so Allardyce can handle his firstblood temperament and digging his best out. You may not seen his real yet, but when Barton is playing well, any other team who play with United, will relish neither his bark nor his bite.