Frank Rijkaard spuckt auf Rudi Völler

THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN  

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Decency and fair play reign on the field. Most of the time, anyway. But as these gentlemen can tell you, sportsmanship has a darker side, too  
Miguel Herrera

THE HULK

Miguel Herrera, the Mexican national team coach, has monstrous meltdowns. He was sacked this summer for punching and threatening a journalist.

 

Dwight Howard

The Farter 

NBA star Dwight Howard knows how to frighten his opponents: he tweets openly about how troubled he is by flatulence. As if there wasn’t enough hot air on the court already.

 

 

Andy Murray Psst

THE SNITCH

Andy Murray reveals on live TV his Davis Cup teammate Dominic Inglot is out celebrating with his girlfriend. Just a shame his real girlfriend was waiting for him at home.

 

 

© YouTube // Rüdiger Steiger

THE LLAMA

He would go on to become a gentlemanly coach, but Frank Rijkaard was the bad boy at the 1990 World Cup. He didn’t seem to like Rudi Völler’s mullet.

 

Gennaro Gattuso

THE STRANGLER

In a 2011 game, Gennaro Gattuso, then the strongman at AC Milan, went for the Tottenham coach’s throat. Then, just minutes later, he head-butted him. In Italy, they’ve been saying ‘Man descends from Gattuso’ for many years.

 

 

 

Luis Suarez für Uruguay

THE VAMPIRE

By the third time, Luis Suárez really should have known that a gentleman doesn’t bite off more than he can chew. Doesn’t he get fed at home?

 

 

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