It feels good to have walked away from the lying, cheating, dog aka Thierry Henry and to have finally focussed on other matters. It’s all about leaving things in the past and moving on. Just like the way the lying, cheating, dog left behind every ounce of his integrity, class and honesty when he became a disgrace to his sport, his country and impressionable kids who now think that it’s perfectly alright to cheat their way to the top.
It’s all about moving on. For the country of France, it’s about moving on to the World Cup Finals in South Africa, full of pride in their lying, cheating, dog’s lofty achievements. For the country of Ireland, it’s about moving on with heads held high, safe in the knowledge that our team totally outplayed and outclassed France and were only knocked out of the competition by the illicit actions of a cheat (disgrace) For the match officials who collectively couldn’t even manage a mail service in a Post Office, it’s about moving on to the fact that their part time hobby has come to an end, knowing that they’ll never play with grown-ups again. For myself, it’s about moving on and being thankful that I’m not bitter about the lying, cheating, dog aka Thierry Henry! Bill Y