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Loveable Marco Materazzi makes more friends

This lady’s other half is not happy…

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Bayern Munich midfielder and England dominator Bastian Schweinsteiger has had a pop at Marco Materazzi after Bayern lost to Inter Milan.

Despite being an unused substitute, Materazzi managed to get on the wrong side of just about everyone with his dick-headery and caused a bit of commotion at the final whistle of a great game.

Schweinsteiger had this to say:

“Now I know how Zinedine Zidane felt! The Inter defender did nothing but cause trouble from the time he left their dressing room. It was not professional or proper behaviour.”

You’ve all seen the Zidane headbutt, but after the jump you’ll find some other assaults involving the Italian…


10 responses so far
  • Andrei Shevchenko // March 16, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    He really doesn’t like me :(

  • R2Dad // March 16, 2011 at 3:59 pm

    Total hack. No one supports him other than azzuri and his club fans.

  • Avram Magic // March 16, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    Materazzi has few peers when it comes to wind-up merchantary – it’s no wonder Jose Mourinho was such a fan.

    As for Schweinsteiger’s comment about “not professional or proper behaviour” – that would be a more apt way to describe his shameful attempt to block Sneijder’s shot for the second. Half-hearted doesn’t quite do it justice.

  • gamblino // March 16, 2011 at 4:10 pm

    How a player like that can spend so long at the top club in Italy tells you all you need to know about Italian football.

    I hate footballers. How can schweinsteiger bag that. awesome.

  • dave // March 16, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    I’m not an Inter Fan, but you need a grinder/agitator on your team if you want to win. You cant be all finesse and fancy. He may be an agitator but he gets players off their game and you wish you had a guy like that on your team…he’s a bench warmer so Gamblino your comment makes no sense..and he scored the tying goal vs France in the finals so please be quiet.

  • Ryan // March 16, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    I don’t know why players don’t try to beat him down physically. Play him hard. Not saying it requires a headbutt from Hades that Zidane tried to unleash, but maybe scraping on his heels or a nice tread on Materazzi’s toes as you run by might buy you some space… and sanity.
    It’s like dealing with a bully, if you continue to just take it, they’ll keep dishing it out.

  • agiamba // March 16, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    How a player like that can spend so long at the top club in Italy tells you all you need to know about Italian football.

    Roy Keane?

    Materazzi is a scumbag, but each team has a dirty player. He stayed at Inter for so long because once upon a time, he was good. And now he is the team’s muppet.

  • David // March 17, 2011 at 10:25 am

    Love that, after giving up three goals at home and miserably crashing out, Schweinsteiger is busy talking about how a guy who didn’t figure at all the match said mean things to him. Poor, poor Basti.

    One perhaps begins to understand why Bayern aren’t winning big games ….

  • The Gaz // March 17, 2011 at 3:31 pm

    The Italian Kevin Muscat

  • itsbetterintheprem // March 18, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    if this turd played in england, he would be in the hospital

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