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Paddy Kenny’s verdict on LJ


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2 hours ago, Hare Island said:

Maybe it’s sour grapes and Warnock’s influence. Or maybe it’s extra data to the theory that LJ’s man management skills were lacking.

Maybe it’s Paddy Kenny whos the ****

Not sure about man management missing but Kennys diet sheet was certainly missing 

And........:laugh:......who gives a **** what Paddy Kenny thinks !

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2 minutes ago, Sheltons Army said:

Maybe it’s Paddy Kenny whos the ****

Not sure about man management missing but Kennys diet sheet was certainly missing 

And........:laugh:......who gives a **** what Paddy Kenny thinks !

It begs the question, who is going “I really fancy reading Paddy Kenny’s autobiography”?

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According to the Grauniad, he has an autobiography out in which he describes Lee Johnson as a ‘cock’. Presumably that was during a loan period at Oldham where he played 3 games.

Kenny recounts that period in his autobiography, The Gloves Are Off, where he details many other contortions during a career when he played nearly 600 matches for clubs as big as Sheffield United, Leeds and QPR despite personal trauma, a drugs-related ban and sometimes bizarre working relationships with assorted players, chairmen and managers, including Massimo Cellino (“he was determined to get me out”), Mark Hughes (“strange”), Neil Warnock (“a very clever man-manager”) and Lee Johnson (“a cock”).
 

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/sep/27/paddy-kenny-it-was-just-a-fight-over-who-was-to-pay-for-the-curry?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

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This whole situation was a complete misunderstanding. 

Johnson was measuring the grass one morning, and just happened to mention to Paddy that it needed cutting due to it not being the optimum length to play his brand of football on.

Paddy, misunderstanding what Lee was getting at completely, started eating the grass, just like a goat (Colin had previously told Paddy that he was the greatest goalkeeper of all time. The best he had worked with - GOAT). Paddy wasn't the smartest.

Lee dropped him from the side realising that something wasn't quite right (Lee's a very clever man you know), and Paddy got the hump. 

Now it all comes out in the book - Just don't ask him to cut your grass for you!

 

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