Transfer Won’t Wash

September 24, 2013 at 6:38 pm Leave a comment

It has come to light that not only were some Manchester City Fans disappointed that Gareth Barry has been loaned to Everton, but also the workers who was the City players cars.

It turns out that Barry, just one of City’s many millionaire players was relied upon to tip well. A Clean and valet service costs the players GBP25 and apparently managing to get some players to cough up that was a battle for the cleaners. However Barry always paid promptly and gave the biggest tips.

He rewarded Everton fans with a goal on debut against Chelsea after having moved in a temporary switch on transfer deadline day.

No doubt there are a queue of kids in Liverpool now offering a car washing service. If bob-a-job still exists Barry’s house will be the number one target!

 

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