Thursday, 24 April 2014

Gordon Strachan works part time

Aberdeen legend Gordon Strachan was asked if he was disappointed about not being nominated for the PFA Scotland manager of the year award and said no and then told everyone that he basically does fuck all. 

I love Gordon Strachan.  I once watched him eat chilli while talking about how English people don't know how good they've got it watching the Premier League, moaning about "only" drawing 0-0 away to Barcelona while we have to get excited to play fucking Ross County eight times a year.  Strachan told the BBC:
"I only play four or five games - I'm part-time," he joked. "These guys have got to do it week-in, week-out."
The men in the running for the prize, voted for by their fellow managers, are Celtic's Neil Lennon, Aberdeen's Derek McInnes, Motherwell's Stuart McCall and St Johnstone's Tommy Wright.
If there is any justice in the world the winner of that will be Derek Mcinnes.  Not that I'm biased.  At all.
 "At the moment, the boys at the bottom of the league, that's hard work for the managers, how to deal with being at the bottom of the league.
"I meet some players every couple of months, we get together, have some fun, see how it goes and then get back down the road again.
"To be fair, while it is physically part-time, it is full time."
That last bit oddly is also the exact way that white people pretending to be gangsters describe their weekends