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Some football - some non-football.



"They'll be all right. They'll be safe."
Roy Keane when asked about Manchester United's prospects for the season.
(Jack, Ireland).

"Nothing surprises me in football but if I said I was astounded that would be
an understatement."

Ray Wilkins on Jose Mourinho's departure from Chelsea. (Jon Harbage, England).

"As miscarriages of justice go, this was up there with the Birmingham Six."
Sports writer Simon Hart in the Telegraph on West Ham's one-shot April win
against Arsenal, who dominated the other 89 minutes, 55 seconds. (Bill, Sydney,
Australia).

"Our objective is keep Arsenal English, albeit with a lot of foreign players."
Peter Hill-Wood, chairman of Arsenal, redefines "Englishness". As in, not actually
that English at all. (Phil Railton, England).


"Ryan O'Leary had to come on in the second half because Simon Ford was
feeling his groin at half-time."

Comment from Kilmarnock Manager Jim Jeffries after the game v Hearts. (Stuart
Graham, UK).

Owen takes a time out - and no wonder !!
Michael Owen: "I've worked my nuts off to get here."
Sky Sports interviewer: "How are you feeling now?"
Owen: "My groin is a bit sore."
Sky Sports interviewer: "No wonder really!"

"Quakers are likely to be without Greg Blundell tomorrow as the striker
struggles with a dead calf."

From the Northern Echo. I can just picture the Darlington striker down on the
farm! (Tim Hanstock, England).

"I don't know why he's called me an elephant seal... except for my changing
room party trick where I shuffle along on my stomach and catch fish from the
other players!"

Trevor Benjamin responding with a touch of sarcasm when asked on local news
about Walsall manager Richard Money's comparison of him to an elephant seal.
(Craig 'Snozzleberry' Stevens, Walsall).

"It was revealed this week that Hamilton will be driving in Monaco with
diamonds embedded in his helmet. Christ, that's gotta hurt."

Derek McGovern's column in the Daily Mirror. (Simon, England).

"Yeah, you'd have to be disappointed not to be pleased."
Parramatta Eels rugby league coach Michael Hagan - proving the Aussies'
command of the Queen's English is as good as ever! (Joe Eizenberg, Bristol via
Sydney).

"I've been a bit of a useless tosser up to now."
Paul Collingwood commenting on BBC Radio 5 Live after winning the toss against
the West Indies in the one-day series. (Chris Huff, Bologna, Italy).

"I can't deny that SK Brann were the better team."
Carmarthen manager Deryn Brace after witnessing his side's 8-0 defeat. (Dan
Henwood, Wales).

"Matthew's great. He says things like: 'Come on dad, we can still get a birdie
here'. I reply: 'Matthew, we're in a ditch'."

Nick Faldo at Carnoustie. (Nick Sawford, Australia).
 

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"As miscarriages of justice go, this was up there with the Birmingham Six."
Sports writer Simon Hart in the Telegraph on West Ham's one-shot April win
against Arsenal, who dominated the other 89 minutes, 55 seconds. (Bill, Sydney,
Australia).


LMAO :D
 

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only the irish lads would have seen him but eamonn dunphy had some gems when he was talkin about steve staunton!

he was talkin about how stan didn have the qualifications to do the job and asked 'would you let him drive the train from dublin to cork?' the next game he said 'there's people still on that train'

cant beat him for quotes, think he called rio ferdinand a 'tramp' recently,

he always cheers me up after poor irish results! check him out on youtube if ye arent aware of him
 

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"And here is Boupa Diop, his wife had a baby yesterday and he's given it away....................the ball that is."
Setanta Sports commentator during the Fulham-Liverpool game.

"I don't like to look like this, but in four or five days I will be beautiful once again."
Cristiano Ronaldo may have suffered facial injuries against Roma, but his ego remained unbruised.

"We have bought two new players, one younger than the other."
Sven-Goran Eriksson.

"The big thing about Newcastle is there is only Newcastle in Newcastle."
Joey Barton making it clear why he left Man City for Newcastle.

"My wife will be glad about Mourinho coming to Bramall Lane because he's a good looking swine, isn't he?"
Neil Warnock.
 
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