Smudger risks Scouse wrath and rest of quick one-twos

Alan Smith confirms Liverpool have always been a family club:
“Liverpool have depended on that inbred discipline.”

Jamie Redknapp has Ricardo Fuller on the physio’s sofa:
“I don’t know what state of mind his body is in.”

Jeff Stelling on Scottish cup sponsor Willie Haughey:
“He’s made his millions out of refrigeration. You could say he’s a fridge magnate.”

Joe Kinnear gets Habib Beye, apparently Muslim, in strife:
“He said to me; \’Gaffer, I swear to God, I got the ball first.'”

Pat Dolan sends Stevie G on suicide mission:
“That’s what Gerrard can do – he just implodes on to the scene.”

Darren Frehill not taken by Rovers’ slick interplay:
“That chance came out of nothing – a patient buildup from Blackburn.”

Benni McCarthy slams football’s parsimonious law-makers:
“I felt we deserved more than just a point, but that’s modern day football.”

George Hamilton slanders the ref at Bohs-Pat’s:
“On the blow, Dave McKeown.”

Joey Barton’s agent – Willie McKay – tries his luck:
“Joey’s disciplinary record hasn’t been too bad.”

Read all the weekend’s guff in the Champions supplement in Monday’s Irish Examiner

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