Word of mouth (I)

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“The fans have a right to be an­noyed, we re­spect that, but they must be con­scious of the fact that they know noth­ing about foot­ball.”

– Alek­san­dar Ko­larov show­ing his, eh, re­spect for the Roma faith­ful.

“I can tell you that I am just a nor­mal per­son and not a bad boy as many peo­ple la­bel me. I shop at the su­per­mar­ket. I can drink and smoke a cig­a­rette with seren­ity.”

– In­ter Mi­lan’s Radja Naing­golan, at peace with his cig­gies and booze. “It’s un­bear­able. He’s wrecked the club. Old Traf­ford was the The­atre of Dreams, now it’s the The­atre of Night­mares with this guy. We don’t give a shit about the ti­tles he’s won, we just want to watch good foot­ball, which he’s in­ca­pable of giv­ing us, but he won’t re­alise that be­cause he’s so far up his own ass.” – For­mer French in­ter­na­tional Christophe Du­garry some­what sug­gest­ing he’s not en­joy­ing Jose’s Manch­ester United reign.

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