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Submitted by karim 752d ago | news

Aldridge: Dzeko 'embarrassed himself' against Liverpool

Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge believes that Manchester City forward Edin Dzeko “embarrassed himself” after feigning injury during his side’s 2-2 draw against the Reds on Sunday. (Edin Dzeko, English Premier League, Injuries, Liverpool FC, Manchester City)

karim  +   753d ago
How come he didn't mention Luis Suarez' infamous moments?
Diffraction_Fos  +   752d ago
He won't have to. Any teeny tiny bit of questionable act by Suarez will be splashed on the front page by the English media, you can bet on that. On the other hand, had Aldridge not mentioned this incident, you'd hardly have heard about it anywhere. And apparently that is "unbiased professional journalism".

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