Hands up if you rememeber Sergei Rebrov for any other reason than he was a complete failure. Right, thought so. Well now he’s decided to add racism to his already-burgeoning bucket of talents, which currently includes below average ability to walk and mediocre observational talent at pub Spot the Difference machines. The impotent Ukranian sent a very balanced and open-minded warning to new Spurs signing Roman Pavlyuchenko about the area of London he was going to moving into, definitely warming Anglo-Ukranian relations ahead of our forthcoming World Cup qualifier against them next year: “A lot of dark-skinned people live there,” Rebrov opened with somewhat misguidedly. “So naturally the crime rate is higher than anywhere else. It’s not nice to be a robbery victim. So I suggest that Roman doesn’t walk but drives around that area.” Mr Rebrov either doesn’t actually have his mouth connected to his brain or is just a Nazi.
Continuing this recurring theme, in the same article from which Rebrov was quoted, former Fulham midfielder Alexei Smertin had this similarly bleak view of
Anyway, to add further fuel to the fire, the journalist behind this insightful piece, Andrei Lyalin of Sovetski Sport newspaper, offered his own measured and definitely-asked-for opinions: “Seven Sisters tube station is just 10 minutes ride from the centre of