Premier League Club Seeks To Obtain Restraining Order on Rafa Benitez

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Tuesday, 7 June 2011


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Villa to go to court over "pest" Benitez

Aston Villa have taken court action against Rafa Benitez following a series of desperate attempts by the former Liverpool boss to find a new job.  Rafa, who still lives in the UK, has been unemployed since being sacked by Inter Milan in December.

An insider at Villa has stated that Rafa has been hounding Randy Lerner, the Villa Chairman, with phone calls, texts, tweets and even personal visits.  "He is constantly ringing up begging for a job, he even offered to slice the half time oranges if we gave him a tracksuit with his initials on it."  It was only when Benitez turned up at Mr Lerners home address that it was decided he had gone too far.  

"He turned up in the middle of the night wearing nothing but a sandwich board with the words, "Will work for food" scrawled on it and a crudely cut out replica of the European Cup he won with Liverpool in 2005."  It is believed this event was the final straw for Mr Lerner and after the local police lead Benitez away he called his solicitor to instigate legal proceedings.

Rafa was not available for comment but he has been seen in numerous parks around the country offering to coach groups of kids having a kick around.

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