From Chris Armstrong to Roberto Mancini, David Hillier to Lee Bowyer, there have been many footballers who have enjoyed a toke. Inevitably, some of them have been caught along the way.
Sarri neither confirmed nor denied his use of the words, but sent a preemptive apology anyway.
Roberto Mancini Accuses Maurizio Sarri of Using Homophobic Slur, Sarri Responds Exactly How You'd Expect
I have had gay friends before, so I don't hate gays.
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Roberto Mancini took a soccer ball to the face thanks to a close-range clearance attempt from his own player.
Manchester City footballer Mario Balotelli and his manager, Roberto Mancini, got into a mild dust-up the other day, which prompted me to think back on the most significant entries in the canon of player-coach violence.