Friends Of Liverpool

Rafa Benitez took a quirky, albeit, humorous swipe at his successor at Liverpool, Roy Hodgson.
Last week Hodgson bemoaned the number of “expensive failures” at the club.
But speaking ahead of Inter’s match with Spurs, Benitez said: “He’s talking about things that he doesn’t know.”
Rafa said that Hodgson; “Wouldn’t see a Priest on top of a mountain of sugar”!
The former Reds boss was speaking at a pre-match press conference ahead of his new team Inter Milan’s visit to White Hart Lane tomorrow.
Rafa defended his spending in his 6 years at Anfield: “I had a net spend of £10 million with 13 international players in the team and the team is worth £300 million”
True enough Rafa, but your transfer purchases were, at best, a mixture of good and bad.
Still, keep up the funny comments, they bring a smile to our faces!

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