Steve Kean verbals take Ronglish forward

Published On November 1, 2011 | By Danger Here | Blog, Featured, Quotes 2011-12

[sws_blockquote_endquote align="" cite=" Big Ron standard verb creation from Steve Kean: " quotestyle="style02"]“If anyone’s got a gripe, they can anger that at me.” [/sws_blockquote_endquote]

 

SICK AS A PARROT

Martin Tyler was close to turning everyone’s stomach during Chelsea-Arsenal:

“It’s a rollercoaster of a feast.”

 

BAILOUT

James Cooper had harsh words for the standard of childcare at Man City:

“Dzeko was accused of throwing his bathwater out of the pram.”

 

UNBELIEVABLE BELIEF

The Premier League highlights show wasn’t entirely sure if the Geordies’ renaissance is a matter of nature or nurture:

“Newcastle have grown a previously nonexistent innate self-belief.”

 

WOY ALWAYS ME?

Roy Hodgson gets to the bottom of West Brom’s recent stumbles:

“We had a setback against Stoke which set us back a little bit.”

 

BARTON FINKS

Some people, however – Warren Barton among them – are easily impressed:

“Roy Hodgson is a philosopher.”

 

OUT OF BODY

Kenny Cunningham insisted QPR’s back four are…

“…very comfortable in each other’s skin.”

 

 

CRYSTAL BALLS

If you fancied a wager on Man City-Wolves, Jimmy Armfield was your man:

“The first half has gone how I almost half anticipated.”

 

LOAD OF RUBBISH

On refuse collection day, Carlos Tevez simply sticks his hand up in the air. John Salako:

“He has a heart the size of a dustbin lid. He wears his heart on his sleeve.”

 

ON THE WAYNE

A succulent slice of pure Jimmy Magee:

“Hennessy comes out and thinks he’s Lionel Messi… and messy he sure was…M-E-S-S-Y. Goal!”

 

HENNESSY GOLD

But even Jimmy takes a turn down the occasional dead end:

“Terrific shot that deserved a goal but the save deserved… everything against that.”

 

SHORT MEMORIES

Six days after Edin Dzeko turned one in with his knee from two yards, John Motson proves a week is a long time in football:

“He won’t get an easier goal in the Premier League.”

 

RADIO GAGA

Caller to Radio 5 Live 606 fears Mancini’s side may be unseasoned:

“The Manchester City players have never experienced a winter.”

 

WORD OF THE WEEK

Jimmy Calderwood’s opinion of Jody Morris:

“Very influentious.”

 

GOING STRONG

Kevin Keegan had strong words on Jose Enrique:

“His big strength is one of the strengths he’s got; he’s really strong.”

 

SPOT THE BALL

Paul Merson made a blinding return to Soccer Saturday:

“It’s quite sunny and the ball is in Ruddy’s eyes.”

 

SCHOOLBOY ERROR

Merse nor his teachers were impressed with the late penalty decision atNorwich:

“I don’t think we’ll see a worser one.”

 

PUNCH DRUNK

Craig Burley tears up the goalkeeping coaching manual:

“Whether or not you get it or not, come for it.”

Then delivers it to Peter Beagrie:

“Steve Harper is too far next to his post.”

 

[sws_blue_box box_size="558"] GUFF STREAM

Neil Warnock with a variant on \’top, top’:
“He’s a very, very top player.”

Ray Hudson damns with faint praise:
“Better balance than a Greek belly dancer on a surfboard, Marcelo.”

Hudson tries to bottle what Messi’s got:
“Messi is ruthless. How ruthless? He wouldn’t give you the scent off his cologne.”

Motivation techniques with Stuart Hall:
“Wigan have to get some fire in the jockstrap.”

Matt Le Tissier performs quick climbdown:
“The linesman needs shooting for that. Not literally, he at least needs a good telling off.”

Gary Neville can’t quite narrow it down:
“The turning point in the game was how they defended through the match.” [/sws_blue_box]


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