Denilson’s apology to the fans and the importance of winning trophies
Written by Renzo on November 24, 2010 14:30
Arsenal midfielder Denilson believes last night’s defeat against Braga in the Champions League was very disappointing as he apologised to the fans for the last two defeats suffered by the Gunners.
Speaking to Arsenal TV Online after the 2-0 defeat in Portugal, the Brasilian said he is feeling bad for losing yet another away game in Europe as he apologised to the fans also for the North London derby defeat suffered last Saturday against Tottenham, game in which the Gunners enjoyed a two-goal lead at half-time.
Asked about qualification, the 22-year old added how it is vital to get all three points against Partizan Belgrade and also how it is now important to look forward and prepare well the away game against Aston Villa.
According to Denilson, winning trophies is now very important for the Club as he concluded by saying how there are many games coming up in the next month so it is important to bounce back from last night’s defeat as soon as possible.
After the game, he said:
It’s very disappointing.
I’m very bad about the [defeat], very sad, I’m very sorry for the fans, for this match and the last game as well.
We have one game left against Partizan where the three points will be very important.
We now have to focus on our next game, we have many games [coming up], we have to keep on going on, we have to win trophies this season because it is very important for us.