Just arrived mentor "Newcastle" Lee Gordon and star striker Malcolm Macdonald

Just arrived mentor "Newcastle" Lee Gordon and star striker Malcolm Macdonald catastrophically did not get along. This is understandable: no one of them did not even try, especially zazvezdilsya player who once asked the journalists Newcastle Evening Chronicle: «And who ever is this Gordon Lee?"

"After such a start I have nothing left," - said MacDonald a few years later. During season 1975/76 it and then replaced, and the coach and told him: "You are not a good professional, MacDonald. Football - more than just scoring goals. " Then the striker decided to criticize the training style of the trainer. In general, things were not glued, and that's it.

"I just know more than these idiots coaches." When the ego football became pomehoy

The drama was not over and after Supermaka signed the "Arsenal" for 333 thousand. Pounds. "It's not worth it", - said Lee. McDonald did not agree with him, and a couple of dozen chop heads. As for the coach, then 18 months later, he went to coach, "Everton" and then "Preston" and "Reykjavik".

Ian Wright ( "Arsenal") 1486199354_miranchuk_1.jpg

Zaznayka Ian Wright has never been a modest person, and he gladly accepted the compliments of others. When in 1996 he decided to leave the "Arsenal", the striker did not hesitate to mention that, as Bruce Rioja called him "a big shot" - no matter how important he put into these words.

It is no secret that the new coach of the team tried to instill "Gunners" in the pass game that had not like Wright, who could not get used to the game without the ball. In the end it led to a big brawl in the locker room after the defeat of "Sheffield United" in the FA Cup. Then Rioja said that Wright missed time would not miss even his former teammate from "Bolton" John Makinley. He was right or not, it does not matter, because Wright was on the side of stardom. As a result of the scandal proznal board member David Dane, and soon Rioja packed suitcases, while Wright broke the record of "Arsenal" in goals.

"I just know more than these idiots coaches." When the ego football became pomehoy

Pierre van Hooydonk ( "Nottingham Forest")

"The situation could razrulit and otherwise, recognize", - he has agreed to van Hooydonk, ten years after his infamous strike.

It was like this: "Forest" successfully broke into the Premier League in season 1997/98 - largely thanks to 34 goals from the Dutchman. But the tale quickly turned into a nightmare when the striker proznal that the team decided not to strengthen, and to sell. Striker Kevin Campbell went to "Trabzonspor" for 2.5 million. Pounds, and the audience favorite Colin Cooper moved to another newcomer from the lower classes "Middlesbrough" team.