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Gescheites über Gott, die Welt und den Ball. Peter Schneider/Sonntagszeitung



(Interview with Bill Shankly, 1913-1981, all-time great football manager who's now residing in that Football Hall of Fame in the sky).

Question: Hi Bill, how's it hanging?

Bill Shankly: Quite well, thanks for asking.

Q: Are you still into watching as many football games as you can?

BS: Oh yes, even the ones on Monday's, can't get enough of it.
And I've got the best seat in the house.

Q: Did you watch that do-or-die match between Zurich and
M'Gladbach las week?

BS: Sure did. One team was already dead on arrival.

Q: (Chuckle)

BS: To be honest I fell asleep in the middle of it.

Q: But what was your take anyway from what you did see?

BS: I noticed that some player's hair was exactly in the
same spot at the end of the match as at the kick-off.

Q: What did that tell you?

BS: I don't know. Never seen anything like it in my time.
Maybe they got no heart, or maybe they're a little swishy
- know what I mean?

Q: (Chuckle) What would you do about that?

BS: Nothing. But I would take their Maserati's away.

Q:  What do you think about those experts that say
they still saw a good game fro Zurich?

BS: Drop the beer. Switch to Scotch. And keep an open mind.

Q: Thanks Wild Bill. can we speak again after Basel beats Porto?

BS: Sure thing. You know where to find me.
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