Май изтече оригиналния сценарий, отпреди феминистките да поемат нещата в свои ръце...Antoine Targaryen
The writing in Season II of La Decision is awful. We don’t care that Antoine Griezmann decided to set fire to the dreams of every Atletico Madrid fan, we just care about how he got to this point.
It all feels rushed. The Frenchman was cast as the pioneer, proving that in an age of money-hungry men you could achieve glory the right way. Not even a year has passed since he was wheeled out in a documentary, fretting over whether to swap Atletico Madrid for Barcelona. He stayed true to his principles, saying:
" Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Liverpool, Bayern Munich – they’re all just spokes on a wheel. This one’s on top, then that one’s on top and on and on it spins crushing those on the ground… I’m not going to stop the wheel; I’m going to break the wheel. "
Griezmann was meant to herald a new era of football, where loyalty was rewarded with trophies. But he’s slowly swayed from that path – a once innocent man now valuing personal success over the greater good. He’s still hurting from Atletico fans booing him in last year’s Europa League final despite being man of the match, hurting that other players are regarded more highly despite his heroic decision to stay put. He's reached a sad conclusion: he will never be loved in the Spanish capital. It's time to make them fear him instead.