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Arnar Vidarsson: "The Unwacho Trilogy was the ugliest hat-trick of all time" |  extra time

Arnar Vidarsson: “The Unwacho Trilogy was the ugliest hat-trick of all time” | extra time

Overtime, Monday night’s discussion has traditionally taken place over past football weekend. On the table at Frank Rice, it was Paul Onwacho, Arsenal and Joshua Zirkzee.

The ugliest hat-trick of all time

Arnar Vidarsson saw “the ugliest hat-trick of all time” in Genk, signed Paul Onwacho. “I mean it very positively, because you have to be able to force that and he does it,” says the Icelandic Belgian.

“I also think it’s great that he stayed with Genk and that Genk was able to keep him. I really like him. He’s a real keeper, only his first investigations can be a little better sometimes.”

Philip Goss: “Obviously no one had enough interest in him. I don’t get it. For a team like Brighton or Crystal Palace, for example, he could be gold.”

“Sambi Lukunga is really loved at Arsenal”

Last weekend there was a boost to Arsenal, which handed Tottenham a 3-1 defeat in the London derby. Philip Goss, who commented on the match, said: “So far they have scored 2 goals in 5 matches. Now they have scored 3 in one half.”

“There’s football in it. I also have a feeling that Arteta is a good coach, but she doesn’t always work with these young boys. But the fans still really supported her. Arteta was also greeted with passion before the match.”

Albert Sambi Lokonga was sitting on the sofa. “Now they have Party, Xhaka and Odegaard. It will be difficult for him, although I already think he is a better footballer than Xhaka. He is just there. But Lokonga will get there. You also feel when he comes that he is already loved.” They love this style.”

Zerkezi reminds me of Brod Gullit.

Anderlecht striker Joshua Zirkzee played a strong match against Ostend last weekend. Arnar Vidarsson is fascinated by the Dutchman.

“I found it incredibly powerful,” Fedarson says. “He has fast feet. His artistic ability is great. I’m a fan. He reminds me a bit of Gullit’s coolness, my childhood idol.”

“Once he gets the ball, there’s peace all of a sudden. That’s a characteristic of great players,” adds Philip Goss.

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