Monday, December 18, 2006

In defence of Jose Mourinho.

Not something I find myself saying every day but at the risk of getting sued for defamation of character, Andy Johnson IS a diver.

I bring you in full this quote as it is simply hilarious -

"To publicly question the integrity of a player of Andrew's professionalism and honesty is not only wholly unacceptable and quite possibly defamatory but also, in our opinion, highly damaging for both club and player."

Andrew's HONESTY????? I am sorry???? They can't possibly be referring to the Andy Johnson who plays for England, Everton and previously Crystal Palace because that Andy Johnson is a cheating scum bag.

In my opinion -

These lot are nothing in the diving stakes compared to Andy Johnson.


Andy Johnson is a low life who brings the game of football into disrepute.






No, I don't like him, and yes - his diving twice and being granted two penalties (both converted) when we played Crystal Palace in January this year has got EVERYTHING to do with my feelings.

7 comments:

Yorkshire Pudding said...

It's true, Andy is a diver. I met him in Greece a couple of years ago and we dived off the rocks on the Isle of Milos. The water was crystal clear - not crystal palace. Afterwards we shared a bag of Everton mints. I think I disappointed him when I informed him I was more "ungay" - if there is such a word - than Reidski.

marc said...

The 'Special One' has spoken -- let the rest of the football world tremble....

David Duff said...

I tried to get through last night but 'Blogger' verification wasn't working.

'JJ', you got into some trouble on your blog a while back, the nature of which, I never did understand; and you are in danger of more of the same with this post. Mr. Johnson, and his lawyers, will not be amused if they hear of it. I suggest a slight alteration in language, if I were you.

Just a friendly nudge!

Brom said...

So thats' how you spell Josie Marino. A name I've heard on the airwaves lots of times.

I know nothing about football me.

John said...

You're on your own now, J.J. Mourinho has changed his mind and apologised.

marc said...

Yeah, John -- just saw that!

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=396826&cc=5901

Some'Special One'-- after our JJ backs him up, the wanker leaves her to dangle!

Martin said...

And Phil Neville described AJ as "the most honest professional I ever played with".

Not much competiton considering your previous club, eh Phil?