By Ollie Irish
This racist Rabotnicki fan still lives with his mum. And he won’t have the internet yet, so I can defame him all I want. Look at his ‘special needs’ face!
Two goals by David Ngog earned Liverpool a comfortable 2-0 win in Macedonia last night, in Roy Hodgson’s first competitive match in charge of the Reds. Ngog looks sharp, which is a real bonus for Uncle Woy.
So the tie is over, but not before it was spoiled by a minority of Rabotnicki fans, who aimed monkey chants and gestures at Liverpool’s black players. I suppose this is what passes for entertainment in a two-cow, redneck nation like Macedonia. Idiots.
Greek defender Sotirios Kyrgiakos also took some fearsome stick – Macedonians don’t like Greeks, apparently.
I hope Liverpool DESTROY them at Anfield. And I also hope Uefa grows some balls (doubtful, I know) and blast Rabotnicki with a fine bigger than Macedonia’s GDP. €25 ought to do it.
Returning to the football, Liverpool did a very professional job, especially considering all the star names who weren’t playing: the likes of Torres, Gerrard, Carragher, wantaway Mascherano,and new signing Joe Cole. An encouraging start to Hodgson’s tenure.