Word of mouth (II)
“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.