Whether it was "gentlemen..." or "right you f**king lot", Clough rather misjudged the Leeds mood.
We end a brilliant Quote Unquote series with a doozy. It's the one we've been waiting for...
Did Wayne Rooney really announce his presence at World Cup 2006 with those words? Yes and no...
And it is an art, because he talks an awful lot. We like him, but why?
"If I had had a gun I would have shot him," said the Aston Villa manager. We have some sympathy...
We hear 'tiki-taka' and we think passing and we think Pep; he thinks it's 'a load of sh*t', actually...
Was Arsene Wenger simply the wrong man with the wrong language conveying the right message?
"I played like shit. Here's my book," was Barton's 2006 take on England autobiographies. Ten years later...
He doesn't even like heavy metal, but it's a quote that's stuck. And it fits our idea of Jurgen and his style.
It's true - Alan Pardew referred to himself as the King, and he thought that meant he could have your dinner...
"When they tell me it's pasta, I still check under the sauce to make sure." Banter of xenophobia?
"My job was to send the Stoke supporters home happy, not entertain bloody Arsenal fans" - Alan Durban.
"When I met him man to man, it was “Oh my God, what a c***." What a man. What a quote.
A rant? Who cares. Defining in the title race? Who knows. Was Benitez's "facts" rant entertaining? God yes
It's the story behind the quotes that lost Glenn Hoddle the England job. It's a doozy of a tale...
Jermaine Jenas became the symbol of a cossetted, modern-day footballer. Graeme Souness stitched him up.
Those were the says when Jose looked like he was enjoying himself; he was such a d***.
"I have a history in football but what is the history of this guy, this midget?" Thank you and goodnight Carlos Alberto.
It was 2007. It was Liverpool v Chelsea. It was sh*t on a stick. The message is clear: Don't believe the hype.
"We needed Churchill but we got Iain Duncan-Smith," was Southgate's verdict on Sven. Which is he?
If you find yourself feeling any sympathy for Allardyce, remember his hubris and sense of entitlement.
Brendan comes out with a lot of bullsh*t. But, every now and then, he comes out with a great line.
Sir Alex Ferguson took it personally but Arsene Wenger was right. Nick Miller looks at the context to the quote.
"And you can print that," said Sir Alex Ferguson to The Guardian's Michael Walker. We look at the context for that famous quote.
Sven Goran Eriksson, champagne, swimming pool, two beautiful women. A man continuously celebrating 'life'...
The truth is that Ian Rush never said it - it was Kenny Dalglish who stitched him up big time.
In the first of a new series, Nick Miller looks at the origins of famous football quotes. Spoiler: He never said it.
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