Andrew Symonds: tool

Come on - he does a bitWe’ve long suspected Andrew Symonds of being a five-year-old trapped in the body of a hirsute cow. That opinion is being reinforced of late.

From The Australian:

“Stung $3000 for missing the team bus, he became what one person described as “the rule Nazi” and would ensure he was on the team bus five minutes before it was due to leave.

“At the exact time of departure, Symonds’ watch would beep and he would announce that the doors had to close and the bus had to leave and anybody left behind could walk or be fined because that was the way he was treated.”

We also learnt from that article that Symonds has an irritating habit when in bars. He regularly squares up to people for one, but it’s not that. He’s known to announce that certain areas are for ‘Test players only’.

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9 Appeals

  1. What a tool you are, KC!

    the writer of that article is a known Symond-hater, and has carefully manipulated the story to make it appear as if the poor Aussie team have been long-suffering martyrs to Roy, particularly one wanker named Pup, who even in his first year in the team, was already referring to himself in the 3rd person, with gems like “Michael Clarke, at the end of the day, is not Shane Warne, but Michael clarke ” Wow, profound! Self-knowledge!

    As for “one of the more dedicated cricketers on or off the field” – what bollocks! Skivving around with his girlfriend at fashion shows, more like, as anyone who follows the local social pages knows only too well.

    as you can see, I feel quite strongly about this, but you’ve swallowed this guff hook, line and sinker.

  2. King Cricket

    September 13, 2008 at 2:16 pm

    It’s not an either/or.

    They’re both bell-ends.

  3. Hee hee to the pic King – thought goodness – he’s gone to seed quickly!

  4. Is Rusty Symonds’ mum?

  5. There is not enough salt and vinegar in all the world to season that enormous chip on his shoulder.

    It all stems back to his childhood, he fell in the river while fishing and was savaged by a turbot.

  6. I thought it was sea angling Matt, and he was bitten by a Pupoise

  7. He was ravished by a merman.

  8. I think we can all agree then, his sullenness is a direct result of being molested by something with gills.

  9. King Cricket

    September 15, 2008 at 7:22 pm

    Not a day goes by when you don’t learn something at this site.

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