Charles N’Zogbia has again been talking to his legion of adoring fans around the world through the press, and he has now confirmed he will be moving to Wigan Athletic.
Charles N’Zogbia – moving to Wigan – thank goodness
And it is indeed confirmed that he has chosen the Lancashire town to play his football in the future. The Mayor of Wigan is expected to meet with the great one early next week.
According to L’Equipe, N’Zogbia has confirmed he is heading to Wigan and that a deal has almost been completed.
The youngster, who is also his own greatest fan said:
“There are still things to be finalized, but it will be sorted out on Saturday when my agent arrives in England. “
“I’m relieved. ” “Fortunately for me, the club have found an agreement with Wigan, who wanted one of their players. Good news.”
Reports in today’s papers have suggested that Wigan will be willing to pay a fee in the region of £6M for the French Under-21 International, with Ryan Taylor moving the other way.
Speaking about Kinnear, N’Zogbia admitted he had been annoyed that his Irish manager had got his name wrong but insisted he now bore no grudges, now that the baby has got his own way:
“In his press conference, he called me not ‘N’Zogbia’ but ‘insomnia’,” “It showed a lack of respect, but that’s okay.”
“I don’t have anything against him.” “I do not forget that Newcastle is the club that gave me my chance in professional football,”
“Today, I leave without any regrets.”
Charles also told his legion of fans why he was moving to Wigan Athletic, when 25 other clubs, including we understand Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, Arsenal and Man United had been clamoring to sign him, and that’s was only yesterday.
Charles explained why he had chosen Wigan:
“It is a club that has targets and is much more ambitious than Newcastle.”
Oh that’s the reason.
Arsene Wenger has been rumored as being very upset that Charles got away from his club as he was reported to have said today
“I like Charles and have been interested in him ever since he was born.”:
“And of course he is French so a very good player.”
I would have gone for him but I thought Newcastle were asking what he’s worth – £29M.”
Charles, we speak for many Newcastle fans when we thank you for showing us your worldly skills at Newcastle over the last four years ago, and for all your comments in the press and the way you have bad mouthed the club that has given you your chance in the Premier League.
It’s always a joy when our players are so thankful for what the Newcastle club, who get 50,00 fans at their home games, has done for them.
Good riddance, you little brat.