I can't believe how many people got suckered in by that complete work of fiction masquerading as a documentary. I won't say what else I think about how he portrayed that tragic situation, it'll just get me in trouble, but the bloke is an absolute weapon.
It was also a hotbed of cocaine dealing and brasses. Rosso is where Rooney picked up them two hookers who later went to the papersProbably common knowledge at this point but he was part owner of Rosso, along with the guy who owns Boohoo.
Boohoo staff got pretty sizeable discount and it was pretty common to see him hitting on the young girls in there every week. Heard from my girlfriend at the time that he'd taken plenty of her colleagues to hotels.
I'm not saying anything about who he is now but he was a total slimy bastard 5-10 years ago and, although I'm sure it was still a horrible time in his life, the way he presented himself as a person and as a husband at the time didn't sit right with me.
I'd have far more respect for him if he held his hands up and admitted who he was rather than using the opportunity to manage his public image.
Big fan of Rio (dare i say it). Watched a couple of months ago some documentary about his wife's death. And how he dealt with it. Was a good watch.
As for the interview, Loved the part about Pep saying he felt we could still play better "with some new players". And that's why he signed a new contract. That's a big hint about transfers isn't it? :) Haaland, Mbappe, Messi incoming.....
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