The Unbearable Lightness Of Being John O’Shea

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John O’Shea is just great, isn’t he? All those trophies, the winning goal in front of the Kop and a delicate chip at Highbury that surprised no one more than Johnny himself. Truly, his has had the career of an Eric Cantona, achieved with the talent of a Phil Neville.

He’s also played literally every position on the pitch for Manchester United, including a spell between the pipes during which he saved a one-on-one from Robbie Keane. You might think that his versatility has been the only thing that’s kept him at Old Trafford all this time, but the likes of Quinton Fortune and the aforementioned Neville have been shown the door in spite of their utility.

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I like to think that O’Shea is well aware of his technical limitations, and makes up for it by baking cookies for the backroom staff. Or something similarly wholesome.

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The idea for this comic came from a conversation with UFJamesT on Twitter, so thanks must go to him for his help. If you’d like to follow me on Twitter you can do so here. I’d particularly like to hear from anyone who can think of a less talented player than John O’Shea but who’s enjoyed a more glittering career.

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If you want to peek at some more stick figures on A4 paper, I’d love to see you over at my Things Fall Apart webcomic.

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