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Müller gets slammed for derogative comments

Müller gets slammed by San Marino exec following derogative comments

November 14, 2016 By Oscar Rojas
The German star criticized the team's need to play against an underdog such as San Marino, following their 8-0 win last Friday.

From now on, German striker Thomas Müller will want to think twice before making any comments about his opponents. 

Following their 8-0 thrashing on Friday evening, Bayern Munich's ace criticized UEFA for allowing San Marino to take part in the World Cup Qualifying process, as he believes the minnows represent an "unnecessary risk" for the talented German side.

"I don't understand the point of such uneven games like these, even moreso because of the crowded fixture list. I understand that for them it is special to play against the world champions, I understand also that they can only defend with tough tackling. For this reason, though, I wonder if these are not games which bring unnecessary risks," Müller stated.

Even if his comments were backed by former German players, a reply by San Marino's director of communications, Alan Gasperoni, was too good to overlook.

In a fiery Facebook post, Gasperoni destroyed the player's reputation, while criticizing German traditions such as "putting white socks under their sandals".

Carissimo Thomas Müller, hai ragione tu. Le partite come quella di venerdì sera non servono a nulla. A te. D’altra...

Posted by Alan Gasperoni on Sunday, November 13, 2016

Here's the translation if you're Italian isn't that good.

"Dearest Thomas Müller,

You're right. The games like that on a Friday night, they're nothing. To you. On the other hand, dear Thomas, you don't need to come up to San Marino almost free in a weekend in which, without the Bundesliga, would you be able to be with your wife on the couch of your luxurious house or who knows, you might have to take part in any event organised by sponsors to pay several thousands of euros. I believe you but allow me to give you 10 good reasons why I think the game San Marino - Germany has been very helpful and maybe you'll think it over and let me know your...

1. It served to show you that not even against the teams as poor as ours can you make a goal, and don't say you're pissed when Simoncini denied you from scoring.

2. It's served to make it clear to your managers (do it to know even at Beckenbauer and Rummenigge) that football is not owned by them but it is of all those who love him, among which, like it or not, we are also US.

3. It served to remember hundreds of journalists from all over Europe that there are still guys who follow their dreams and not your checks.

4. It served to confirm that you Germans you will never change and that history has taught you not even that "bullying" is not always guarantee of victory.

5. It's served to make the 200 guys San Marino who have followed the game for what reason their coaches ask him to always work at the most. Who knows that one day all their sacrifice will not be repaid with a game against the World Champions.

6. It served to your Federation (and also to our) to collect the money of the rights of image with which, in addition to pay you the trouble, they can build plants for the kids of your own country, schools, football stadiums safer... Our Federation, I'll let you in on a secret, build a new football pitch in a remote village called Acquaviva. You could build it with six months of your salary, we'll do it with the rights of 90 minutes of game. Not bad right?

7. It served to a country as big as a field of your stage of Monaco to go in the paper for a good reason, because a football match is always a good reason.

8. It served to your friend gnabry to begin with, in national and scoring three goals. Now you can ask the werder the renewal of the contract to twice of what he has earned so far.

9. It served to some Sanmarinese a little sad to remember that we have a real National Team. It's going to happen ahead even from you that you are almost perfect that someone wakes up when you lose and you start to break up the boxes, right?

10. It's served to make me realize that even if you wear the most beautiful model of uniforms of Adidas underneath you're always the ones that put white socks under the sandals.

With Love, your Alan."

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