Saturday, November 19, 2011

Robin Van Persie House !!! Robin Van Persie Home !!! Robin Van Persie Mansion !!Robin Van Persie says he believes in Arsenal, puts house up for sale

Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie, who has stated simultaneously that he has every faith that the Gunners can bring back the glory days to North London but is still unsure of when he may or may not sign a new contract, has reportedly put his house up for sale!

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Here are some snaps shots of his abode.

Since Arsenal have hit a bit of a rough patch and Robin van Persie has been named the team's new captain after the last captain, Cesc Fabregas, escaped back to Barcelona, rumors have started to spread that van Persie is ready to leave, too. But even though he refuses to make any statements about his future, van Persie makes it clear that he has a strong belief in the team, despite the losing and great players leaving.

From Sky Sports:

"I have every trust in the things we are doing within the club," he told the Sunday Mirror.

"There is only a fine line between winning and losing. Just look at our last match against Spurs. We could have won that game with the chances we had. There is no need to panic for anyone.

"Our start is not good. I would have felt better if we had won the derby. We didn't and right now there is a negative feeling. But I assure you, it is not all that negative.

"It is up to us, players and staff, to sort it out on the pitch."

Meanwhile, in totally unrelated news, Robin has put his 4,500 sq. ft. house up for sale at a list price of £1,395,000. The five bedroom home built in 2000 and perfect for any professional footballer who wants to play for Arsenal features a small football pitch in the garden. It also recently underwent a "complete refurbishment program" before its owner decided he absolutely must relocate.

Aside from the pitch, the home features a few other unique identifying features. For example, here's the Netherlands Oranje room with a giant football in it...

Van Persie Scores Twice as Arsenal Wins Fifth Straight

Robin van Persie maintained his devastating form in front of the goal Saturday by scoring twice as visiting Arsenal rallied to beat Norwich, 2-1, in the English Premier League.

A Dutch striker, van Persie took his league-leading tally to 13 goals in 12 matches by scoring the equalizer in the 27th minute and getting the winner with a deft chip just before the hour mark in Arsenal’s win at Carrow Road.

Norwich had gone ahead against the run of play on a goal by Steve Morison in the 16th minute, but was overwhelmed by Arsenal’s fluid attacking play. Arsenal earned its fifth straight league win, keeping it close to the top four.

“Our aim is to finish in the top four, and I am confident we are going to do that,” van Persie said.

Van Persie’s double extended his impressive scoring run in the league in the calendar year to 31 goals in 29 games, and he has scored at least two goals in five of his last seven matches in England’s top league.

“We all know he is an exceptional player — what got in the way of Robin was that he was always getting injured, but he’s fit now,” Arsenal Manager Arsène Wenger said.

Van Persie could have scored more in an open match that the visitors dominated from start to finish, even though they fell behind.

The German defender Per Mertesacker failed to deal with a long clearance forward and was muscled off the ball on the edge of his own penalty area by Morison, who ran on and put a shot past goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.

Arsenal had previously come close on two attempts by van Persie, Gervinho and Theo Walcott — with the latter two having shots cleared off the line by Russell Martin — but the Gunners were not to be denied.

Van Persie equalized in the 27th minute, spreading out play to Walcott, then racing into the area to meet Walcott’s low cross with a tap-in from 6 yards out.

It was the fifth straight league game he had scored in, and he added what proved to be the winning goal 14 minutes after halftime.

Alex Song’s through ball was slightly ahead of van Persie, but he controlled it before chipping an angled finish over the advancing goalkeeper John Ruddy.

Also Saturday, the French magazine L’Équipe published an interview with Wenger in which it asked him if he planned to remain at Arsenal past this season.

“I will consider it at the end of the season,” he said. “I have two years left on my contract. But with me or someone else, it makes no difference. Who comes after me must have the basics to achieve success.”

After struggling at the start of the season, Arsenal has moved back up the standings.

“We’ll see in December where we can finish,” Wenger, 62, said. “It was necessary to reconstruct the squad in a climate where we were lacking confidence,” he said. “It takes time.”

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