City Legend Mike Summerbee In Sky Sports Meltdown

Written by Skoob1999

Saturday, 12 February 2011

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"Wonder goal my arse!" - Summerbee.

Former Manchester City star Mike 'Tra-la-la-la' Summerbee had a Keeganesque few minutes today in the Sky Sports studio at Old Trafford following today's Manchester derby.

Clearly disappointed, and exuding bitterness, the former City winger finally snapped after the 342nd replay of Wayne Rooney's decisive overhead kick.

"Do we have to watch that again?" Summerbee grouched. "I'm sick of bloody seeing it."

A stunned Dwight Yorke could only look on in horror as Summerbee ranted on about the old days, whereas Jamie Redknapp couldn't resist twisting the knife into the doddery legend.

"That was a fantastic goal though," Redknapp teased.

"We were the better side out there today!" Summerbee fumed. "we played some wonderful stuff. Silva is a fantastic player, and probably the finest exponent of the arse goal in the game today. Trouble is, everybody's going to be talking about Rooney and his bloody spectacular shitting overhead kick. But we're not worried - they know we can match them in every department - with the possible exception of results. One of these days, we're gonna come here and give 'em a right proper tankin'! Just like we did, back in the day. And I will love it! LOVE IT! when that happens!"

Sir Alex Ferguson, when shown the tapes of Summerbee's rant, tried desperately to contain gales of laughter, before eventually spluttering:

"Och! Dinnae listen tae him. He talks a load o' shite. Pure shite. Bloody bitter blue tosspot."

More as we get it.

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