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arsene wenger (as long as its not immediately after a game)
then definitely Martin Jol
And Jimmy Bullard :D
but i bet if i was speaking to him for more than 2 hours he'd start to get annoying
jimmy bullard, met him up in wigan and he is a ledge. ole gunnar solskjaer seems like a good bloke too
sounds like such a nice chap
Tommy Svindal Larsson
gerry creaney! gary charles!
was gerry creaney an alcoholic?
I also like.
"weeeeeeeeell ya know"
Ithought Allardyce was going to twat him last week cos he couldn't get a word in edgeways.
but one of them isn't a person
doesn't make him any less of a person!
was lovely when I chatted to him
(Is that how you spell Mikkel)
for Savage. That's so sweet
met him when he was playing for southend, absolute top bloke and a true legend!
feed the goat and he will score!
he just knows how to play on the drama of football
Footballers I don't like: Wayne Rooney, Stevie G, Mark Lawrenson, Paul Ince, Alan Shearer, Craig Bellamy, Alan Pardew, Riise, Harry Kewell, Rafa Benitez
are you mad?
(from his wikipedia page)
"This has led to four convictions for assault; one arising from an altercation with a fisherman in an Anstruther pub"
does loads of stuff for charity, visiting sick kids, that sort of thing. As does Jamie Carragher.
you'd talk to him about the time he kicked ten tonnes of shit out of those two lads who tried to rob his house.
I know I would :D
footballers you don't like, you missed out Jamie Carragher. Just thought I'd mention it, as he would fit nicely in there.
Moritz Volz (what a legend)
Robbie Savage, much as it pains me to admit it
Edmundo (especially when he is feeding beer to monkeys)
about Robbie Savage - obviously one of the safest guys in football, ironically; especially compared to someone like Stevie G, who is so obviously a narcissistic prick.
Big Dave and Linvoy
that's about it. and the last 2 only cos they've got a charity.
Jamie Redknapp can't be, simply because of Icon. Last time i checked Di Canio was a fascist, so i doubt i'll warm to him even if he bought me a bacon sandwich.
also... savage seemed like a decent chap when interviewed as he signed for Derby. Not played himself into my good books yet though.
but would i want a pint with him? no. cos he'd do my head in going on about how Italy was great under Mussolini or something, then i'd say 'fancy a go on the quizzer?' and all throught out Trivia For Dummies he'd keep harping on about how Rome was better before they let the foreigns in, so i suggest a game of pool but HE KEEPS ON ABOUT IT.
for being an ex-Leicester City player yet?
as soon as he fouled Michael Brown. we only go for the fouls anyway, the concept of scoring goals and defending is so far removed from what we as fans are used to that no comfort can be gained from their sporadic appearance.
Pretty much any Celtic player from about 5 years ago
On the flip side, Glenn Hoddle is a massive prick
there was something about him coming back to scotland to manage recently, i cant remember who it was now though, hmmm
did anyone see the David James interview on Football Focus? I liked his cheeky smirk when he was asked if England would have qualified under a better manager than McLaren
was very approachable when he was Worcester City manager.
Middlesbrough train across the road from my Dad's house, when I lived there I worked at Spar and the Merse dropped a pound and I profited. But Terry Venables was way behind on his newspaper account, when he quit he still owed nearly £12. Thesegoddamslebritees.
...from years ago.
The list goes on, for aaaaages
he could have done with losing more than a pound!
I was on the Grange Estate
is actaully a very nice individual.
come across as someone with his head screwed on. it's just that sometimes people don't like his opinions