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Cabeza Del Poo Poo

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When it comes to taking your puerile squabblings out of the playground gates, Carlos Tevez’s sense of globality is admirable. One bony Mancunian finger waved in his direction and Carlitos is on the next plane to Buenos Aires to deliver his riposte via the radiowaves, delivering the anti-Neville sermon far across the land, from the gauchos riding across the Pampas to the sultry tango dancers of the capital.

The highlights package of his tirade included the peculiar double punch of branding Neville a ‘moron’ and a ‘boot-licker’. The former is an insult I haven’t heard since 1991 and the latter I actually had to look up in an online dictionary. Something could have been lost in translation, it bears all the hallmarks of the stoicly rubbish interpreting of that little pudgy man with the ruddy cheeks from Chelsea. Did anyone see him in the vicinity of the radio station?

Presumably being a called a boot-licker is one rung lower on the offensive ladder from ‘not being fit to lick my boots’ so perhaps Neville should consider that he got off relatively lightly. In any case, most right-minded citizens would encourage Tevez in his wholesale denigration of the arse-faced defender. Neville is after all a massive poopoohead.

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Written by harrisharrison

January 23, 2010 at 10:07 pm

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  1. Thought Tevez would have done better to maintain a dignified silence.

    Gary Neville stands up for his club alright, but in doing so embarresses himself in my opinion.

    His antics against Liverpool a couple of years ago and Man City this season made him look stupid. Tevez is a far better footballer than Neville and should have just let his football do the talking.

    Maybe Neville will get a new contract now?

    Footballgambler

    January 24, 2010 at 2:05 am

  2. I suspect that Tevez’s somewhat shakey grip on the English language has done more to fuel this little spat than anything that has been said by either protagonist. It seems he actually called Manchester’s premier moron a “sock-sucker”.Now make of that what you will,but I am, I have to say, tickled and not altogether surprised at the notion of Neville forlornly trying to extract some nutritious essence from his footy socks.

    Tom

    January 24, 2010 at 1:30 pm


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