Guff latest – Souey chops down rolling Arsenal

Published On January 26, 2012 | By Danger Here | Featured, Quotes 2011-12

Graeme Souness ploughs two-footed into another adage:

“It’s like a stone rolling down a hill, gathering more and more moss.”

 

WORD TO THE WISE

Neil Warnock sounded a cautionary note:

“Wayne Rooney is just infectious.”

 

BLATANT INFRINGEMENT

As if imaginary yellow cards weren’t dastardly enough, Chris Kamara has found an even greater scourge:

“Karl Henry was sent off for a deliberate red card.”

 

A BIT SAMEY

Gilesy has long insisted there are no great players out there. No wonder his dream attacking trio lacks a little variety:

“You’d have to go a long way to emulate the teams of the past with Dalglish and himself and Kenny Dalglish.”

 

BASICS INSTINCT

Chris Kamara – no detail too familiar to bungle:

“Unbelievable Jeff. This is right on the edge of the penalty spot… on the penalty goal line… on the line for the, ah, box.”

 

HIGHER POWER

Chris Coleman had high praise for Brad Friedel:

“He is still performing at the highest level and to a higher level.”

 

GETTING HIS ANGLES WRONG

Ground-breaking Coleman also produced a new architectural construct:

“Blackburnhave turned a mini-corner.”

 

IAN WRONG WRONG WRONG

Clive Tyldesley hails the adopted Shaun Wright-Phillips:

“That raw power that he got from his dad’s genes.”

 

TWO BECOMES ONE

Charlie Nicholas throws in a bonus:

“One thing I knew Paul Lambert’s team would be is high tempo and a team that would make chances.”

 

TOO MUCH INFORMATION

As we know, Eric  Wynalda  has had vast experience in the game:

“I’ve had my way with Martin Jol.”

 

CHANGING TIMES

That great student of football history Jermaine Jenas has a theory:

“Chasing down defenders and stuff. I think Tevez was the one who probably started that over here.”

 

AWAY DAY

Talksport’s Ian Abrahams borrows the Paul Merson book of adages:

“We all know the old adage; what stays on tour, happens on tour.”

 

MERSE UPS THE ANTE

Over to you Jamie:

“He wants to bring in real top top top top that can win the Champions League.”

 

MEAT AND DRINK

Ray Hudson remained coolly indifferent to Eric Abidal’s winner in the Clasico cup first leg:

“The type of goal that causes your soul to bang on your ribcage to get out! He is onto this like Dracula on a plate of liver.”

 

HYPERBOLE CORNER

Alan Pardew sets the standard:

“One of the iconic numbers in world football – the number nine ofNewcastle.”

But Kevin Keegan remains the master:

“Andy Carroll is the best I’ve ever seen in the air!”

 

Spotter’s badges to mirrorfootball,  Paul Hennessey, @liverayhudson

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