Snapshot: ‘Pepe, My Son Doesn’t Want Your Shirt’

Chris Wright

24th, January 2012


By Chris Wright

Seems like the apology worked as it’s been confirmed by the Spanish FA that Real Madrid bottom-feeder Pepe won’t be punished for stamping on Lionel Messi’s hand during the most recent El Clasico tie last week – not that the Real Madrid fans themselves are quite so ready to forgive and forget.

This sign appeared during Real’s 4-1 win over Athletic Bilbao at the Bernabeu on Sunday evening, which reads ‘Pepe, my son DOESN’T want your shirt’.

Not a big hit with the old ‘parents and legal guardians’ demographic is our Pepe…

+1 for conscientiousness parenting at football matches.

Via Imgur

Posted in Real Madrid

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  1. MrMac says:

    Am i the only one thinking pepe should have joined the prem league or the bundesliga instead of la liga?

    He’s sort of mutated into the…no empathy for anyone on the pitch beast he is now.

    +1 for real fans tho.

  2. Paul McGuigan says:

    Good job, dad!

  3. Nas says:

    All Pepe does is break La Liga etiquette. I agree with Mr Mac he should definitely play in a better league than this ”your chance now my chance and we won’t do anything to stop you” La Liga.

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