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|Players researching possible moves; "Nothing to do. Ugly women."|
|Topic Started: 10 Feb 2013, 04:27 PM (686 Views)|
|erratic1again||10 Feb 2013, 04:27 PM Post #1|
The Rrrrrrangers must never die!
When a signing is announced from outwith these shores, a stock question asked of the new recruit is usually: "Did you ask - insert famous ex-player and countryman - about Celtic?" The reply is usually that the famous ex-player highly recommends the move.
What happens though if that teammate goes that extra (thousand or so) mile to see if the new locale will suit his friend:
"Andy [van der Meyde] replied: “I'll find out for you for you,” gave his wife and kids a kiss on the forehead and checked into the Aleksandrovskiy Grand Hotel in the Russian industrial centre. He showered, he splashed on his eau de cologne, and was ready for the Vladikavkaz night life.
After three days of ‘research’ he returned home and sent a reassuring text to Drenthe.
“Nothing to do. Ugly women. The coast is clear.”
Read more: Liverpool Echo http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/everton-fc-news/2013/02/07/bacardi-and-coke-and-oh-man-those-short-skirts-andy-van-der-meyde-s-warning-about-liverpool-s-temptations-to-royston-drenthe-100252-32764536/2/#ixzz2KVhHxzcL
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