Shit Lookalikes: Stephen Lichtsteiner & Lee Evans

Chris Wright

13th, February 2013


By Chris Wright

Lichtsteiner is the Juve defender whose rather ‘hands on’ approach to man-marking against Celtic last night looked more like something you’d expect from Rick Steiner.

Evans is a gangly comedian and proud owner of the most profuse sweat glands in the known universe. Yes, he’s even sweatier than Walter Pandiani!

Cracking spot from Pies fan Cameron. Help yourself to a Mini Milk from the freezer!

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  1. Jim says:

    Did the British media highlight the fact that Hooper was in Buffon’s area, trying to impede him?

  2. Kai says:

    You are allowed to stand wherever you want. There is no rule preventing you from standing in “Buffon’s area”. There are however rules on manhandling, something Italian teams tend to ignore.

  3.' Bof says:

    Stephan Lichtsteiner is famous for earning yellow cards and eventually getting sent off, as he’s a rather loud character. But in defence of my fellow Swiss, what Chris calls a “hands on approach” is rather defending his goalkeepers area without using his arms (they were up most of the time). I don’t see why Lichtsteiner was so much worse than Hooper.

  4.' Joe says:

    I sent this in to this website a long, long time ago.
    The fact that you choose to use it now and then give credit to Cameron makes you scum, subhuman scum.

  5. Jim says:

    @Kai, well actually you’re not allowed to hinder the keeper in his 5m. Hooper’s intentions were clear, Lichtsteiner handled him to block him from doing that. Both were wrong, both were punished. Why is everyone upset? This entire outrage is based on childish stereotypes about ‘dem dirty Eye-talyans’.

  6.' lucky luciano says:

    He was pushing Hooper as much
    as Hooper was pushing him,
    Lichsteiner had to push back just
    to stand his ground. And if Hooper were actively
    trying to get the ball, he would
    have a valid point in getting a
    pen. Neither aimed to get the
    ball. Both were pushing. Neither
    were fouling or both were.

  7.' Drew Peacock says:

    Jim, you Sir are a moron. “Buffon’s area” indeed.

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