Yesterday The Mooch Fed The Press Total Rot About Morelos, And They Lapped It Up.

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I love The Mooch. No, hear me out; in some ways I actually do.

Yesterday he sat in front of the media and not for the first time, and not for the last, treated them like absolute mugs and not one of them cracked a light or raised an objection to the nonsense that was coming out of his mouth.

When he said a month ago that “the club holds the cards” in terms of its soon-to-be out of contract players, they should have pounded on him. They let him get away with that, so it was perfectly obvious that he would go even further eventually.

They didn’t have long to wait. Today he’s talking about how a new manager can change players minds about these things, said that the talks are still ongoing and then said that Ryan Kent has made obvious improvements in the last two matches … not the ones I was watching, I assume, as he was next to useless in both of them.

But he saved the best for talking about Morelos. Brace yourself for this.

“I’ll always say that if you have a player with six months or six years, then I’ll take the one with six months because they tend to be fit, focused and trying to do the best on the pitch for the team and themselves,” he said.

Count the ridiculous assertions in that one statement.

No manager would ever take the player with six months, and I know he is not reflecting the views of the board of directors with talk like that.

They tend to be fit? Look at Morelos and tell me that guy is fit.

Tha’s a joke of a statement. There are other players at Ibrox with six months left and they are anything but fit.

They tend to be focussed? Morelos is focussed? Kent is focussed? I have seen more concentration from a nursey classroom when the ice cream van pulls up outside.

And the idea that they tend to do the best for the team and themselves on the pitch applies to some of them more than others. But it’s widely accepted that a guy in his last six months, and who has rejected several chances to sign a new deal, is not going to put himself in harm’s way when a bad injury might be catastrophic for him.

It is one of the principle reasons that a club won’t let a player enter the last six months of a deal, even if there’s no intention to sell him on. Players hate being put in that position because it forces them to make that dreadful choice.

I actually cannot believe that even our media allowed that man to get away with such a brazen piece of what is either dishonesty or faulty logic. Their willingness to swallow anything this guy says is absolutely unbelievable, and they should be mortified by it.

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  • Scud Missile says:

    Mr Bean has stated previously that Fatso shouldn’t be anywhere near the first team when he scored recently obviously due to his fitness,and here he is praising him now,the nickel&dime journalists will forever be eating this guys shite as they don’t have the bottle to challenge him or the klub.

  • Scouse bhoy says:

    No negative stories are allowed as ever all is rosy in the garden of sevconia. We do not have a free press in this country regarding anything with the new club. They dare not tell the truth imposters one and all a disgrace to journalism.

  • John Copeland says:

    He may have fed the press a load of old bollocks about Alfoodo ,but what has he been feeding him on ! Have you seen the size of him front and back and profile …. There’s a lot of strain on his playing shorts …He’s also knock kneed . A sure sign of gross obesity … Don’t ask me to feed big Alf for a week ….

  • Joseph Mcaleer says:

    James! Its “Their Media” not ours.

  • Frank Connelly says:

    am no fussed on his piss. tonight again another win against teams with no ambition. lets focus on us and forget all,the guff coming out of there both on and off the park

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