So The Fall Guy has left the building. Turned out to be the perfect little ploy by Mr Levy, to the tune of £3M. He must love it when a plan comes together. Anyways...
Steve Bruce, manager of Birmingham. And twat:
Birmingham have completed the signing of Egyptian midfielder Hossam Ghaly from Premier League rivals Tottenham.
The 25-year-old international has penned a three-year deal at St Andrews after agreeing terms with the Blues.
"The signing of Hossam is an excellent acquisition," said Blues boss Steve Bruce. "I was always impressed when I saw him play for Spurs last season.
"As well as being technically gifted, he can stand up to the physical side of the game and give us that edge."
I think the Bruceisms deserve to be bullet pointed:
- The signing of Hossam is an excellent acquisition
- I was always impressed when I saw him play for Spurs
- Technically gifted
- Can stand up to the physical side
- Give us that edge
Excellent acquisition? Sure, for Tottenham it is. I don't say it often, but credit to the board on this one (don't get too excited people).
Always impressed was Bruce apparently, when watching Ghaly play. When was this then? When he played so poorly he was incapable of holding onto the ball or passing it to a player in the white shirt of Spurs that he was then subbed having come on as a sub? Or the countless other cameo apperances that involved running around like a headless chicken with a ferret up its arse.
Technically gifted? For sure, in the art of pulling his shirt off and throwing it away.
Ghaly can also 'stand up to the physical side' of the game too. Not sure making two-footed reckless challenges counts.
And as for giving Birmingham an 'edge' - truefax. If you want an over-rated, hot-headed talentless ego running around flattering to deceive.
Mido. Next. Please.