Romelu Lukaku’s interview with Sky Italia has fallen short of expectations for Chelsea fans.
Lukaku did everything possible to upset Lukaku, from praising Inter Milan fans and promising to one day return to calling Thomas Tutchel and the system.
Not only was the Chelsea coach and fans upset by the content and timing of the interview, but the team-mates were also unhappy with the Belgian.
But Lukaku is far from the first player to be frustrated in an interview. Here are four more players who gave an interview to the media.
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Rahim Sterling was willing to pursue his dream of a move to Manchester City by any means possible, including offending then-manager Brendan Rodgers and Anfield fans.
Brendan Rodgers Sterling says he has been offered an unbelievable deal to stay at the club but the request has been rejected by Rahim and his agent.
Sterling then told the BBC in an interview.
“It’s not about money, it’s not about money. I’m talking about winning trophies in my career. That’s all I can say. I don’t talk about how many cars I drive, how many houses I go to.
Liverpool and Rogers found the interview to be unpleasant and unpleasant, but Raheem eventually accepted his offer to move to Manchester City.
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The Garry Neville series has some of the most intriguing interviews on YouTube.
When the English captain told Neville about his desire to leave the boyhood club, he threw a perfect bomb at Spurs fans.
The attacker said he needed a ‘good and honest conversation’ with the club, which is contrary to most of the fans’ comments.
Ken speaks to Neville
“As players, you don’t know what the chairman thinks, I mean he could sell me. He may be thinking, ‘If I could get 100 million pounds for you, why not?’ you know what I mean. I do not value it for the next two or three years.
Unlike Sterling, Ken’s dream of staying in Spartz has not yet materialized.
As Roy Keane nears the end of his Manchester United career, he seems to be simply a player.
Annoyed by the club and his teammates, Kein joked in an interview with MUTV following the 4-1 win over Middlesbrough.
Kein was critical of many of his teammates, but it was Rio Ferdinand who was responsible for Jimmy Floyd Haiselbank’s goal.
Kin told MUTV:
“I’ve seen this before in Rio. It’s a weak defense.”
“You think you are a great star just because you are paid ,000 120,000 a week and you played well for 20 minutes with Tottenham.”
The club did not appreciate Kin’s words and destroyed his images, fined him 5,000 5,000 and soon terminated his contract.
The rejected West Brom transfer has an amazing Sky Sports interview with Peter Odewingi.
The striker has hit out at QPR after rejecting a 2 2million bid from QPR. But that was far from the end of the story.
The Nigerian attacker leaned out of the car window and told reporters.
“I think every football fan is interested in seeing if we can make the deal and I have high hopes for him.”
Eventually, however, Junior Holett refused to move in the opposite direction, breaking the agreement. Odmewingi had to return to his former club but was eventually left out of the squad before being sold to Cardiff.
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