What Bristol City Defender Aden Flint Actually Said To Pep At Full-Time
Bristol City Aden Flint was seeing chatting to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola after the Carabao Cup semi-final and people picked up on the fan that the two were talking about his Stone Island jacket.
Flint used his few seconds of face time with Guardiola to enquire as to why the two-time Champions League winning coach had removed the Stone Island badge off the sleeve of his bomber jacket and plenty of people picked up on social media:
Massive fan of Aden Flint asking Guardiola why he took the Stone Island badge off his jacket. I want people like that on the plane to Russia. https://t.co/PkjCjhxqSO
- Kristan Heneage (@KHeneage) January 23, 2018
You've got your chance to speak to Pep Guardiola, one of the greatest managers in the history of football, and you can ask him anything.
So Aden Flint asked him why he'd removed the Stone Island badge from his coat. pic.twitter.com/178LSUEZ2f
- Coral (@Coral) January 24, 2018
I'm all for Aden Flint me. Gets to shake hands and have the opportunity for a quick convo with Pep so asks him why he's taken the stone island badge off his jacket. :joy:
- Joshua Chapman (@JRCSport) January 24, 2018
Bristol City captain shakes Pep's hand, and - during the one and only moment he may ever have with the great man - decides to ask him why he's taken the Stone Island badge off the sleeve of his bomber jacket.
Football is brilliant.
- Dave Masterman (@Masterman) January 23, 2018
Flint asking Pep where his Stone Island badge is hahaha
- Jack (@jackgmcfc) January 23, 2018
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Swear Aden Flint has just pointed out that Guardiola is wearing a Stone Island jacket without the badge:joy::joy::joy:
- Connor Birnie (@connorbirniee) January 23, 2018
If the exchange between goalscorer Flint and Guardiola wasn't hilarious enough, the big defender has revealed that he also asked the 47-year old if they could do a shirt/jacket swap.
A compilation of people being utterly terrible at football:
Of course Stone Island enthusiast and part-time football hooligan Pep was never going to give away his precious item of clothing and he so he rejected the advances of the Robins No.4.
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