Word of mouth (II)

The Irish Times - Monday - Sport - - Soccer -

“Some peo­ple find it funny, some peo­ple find it dis­gust­ing. We’re all dif­fer­ent, thank God. I just kissed the meat. Yeah, I went too far when I sucked the toes of the chicken . . . it was a bit nasty. But come on! Now peo­ple wish on me sal­monella!”

– Pa­trice Evra on that In­sta­gram video of him fondling a raw chicken that we will never be able to un­see.

“Mour­inho doesn’t look for beauty, he looks for an en­emy. If he doesn’t have one, he’ll cre­ate one.”

– Thi­ago Motta re­flect­ing on his former In­ter Mi­lan gaf­fer. No flies on Thi­ago.

“This was sup­posed to be a party but it seemed more like a war.”

– Boca Ju­niors cap­tain Pablo Perez, who was left with glass splin­ters in his eye, after the se­cond leg of the Copa Lib­er­ta­dores fi­nal against River Plate was post­poned fol­low­ing the at­tack on Boca’s bus.

“I am watch­ing English se­ries to im­prove my English. Peaky Blin­ders. It is good but it is dif­fi­cult [to un­der­stand] , it’s from Birm­ing­ham, it’s very ag­gres­sive. But it’s good, it’s good.” – Yes, Unai Emery is us­ing Peaky Blin­ders to learn English.

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