Unfortunate Headlines: ‘Gattuso Beats Old Lady’

Chris Wright

9th, March 2011


By Chris Wright

First it was poor old Joe Jordan, now this. The man’s an animal…

Thankfully, Rino hasn’t actually been thrashing the living daylights out of the elderly and infirm – at least not that we know of.

‘Tis in fact a reference to Gattuso’s match-winning goal in Milan’s 1-0 victory over Juventus last weekend – his first for FIVE years….


It just so happens that a Gattuso-less Milan (as a direct result of his little tete-a-tete with Jordan) will be in town to take on Tottenham in the Champions League at White Hart lane tonight – more on that little doozy later.

Image courtsey of ESPN Soccernet.

Posted in Hardmen, Serie A

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  1. Red Peter says:

    Is it my imagination, or is Gattuso actually quite rubbish at this football malarky?

  2. K P V says:

    I find this funny


    follow me on twitter @andrewabrahim yall

  3. yahhhsteve says:

    Any way you can ban this KPV guy or prevent him from commenting Chris? He’s really irritating everyone!

  4. high as a kuyt says:

    nobody cares about your irrelevant comments on every post nor your tweets.

  5. Chris says:

    @yahhhsteve: We’re going to sort it, one way or another.

  6. Nuno says:

    Chris, appreciate indeed if you do something about KPV’s comments. I like this site and I understand you ‘don’t dislike’ him (from a management point of view he generates pageviews – both from his comments and the people complaining about him) but I get a bit annoyed always watching that comment. It is in a different colour and with spaces so it’s the first thing I see when I see the comments. And the comments are usually one of the good parts of the site…

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  8. He is the best player on earth. I want him on my CHile team. I love this guy. Fun to watch. May not have the skill like Messi, but works soooooo hard that makes him soooo good. FORZA MILAN Y CHILE.

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