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Joey Barton – Liverpudlian’s Ridiculous French Accent – Video

10:21 am, Wednesday, November 28th, 2012 by Dr. Ed Harrison · 6 Comments

Yes, we’re late on this, but what is Joey Barton thinking about, as he talked to the press with a French English accent – like a Frenchman speaks English – we couldn’t resist from putting this out, and in yesterday’s press conference for the Stoke game – Alan Pardew laughed when a reporter brought it up, and Alan said it had indeed been talked about in the Newcastle dressing room, and the French boys can’t quite work it out.

Here it is, and notice how the Liverpool accent creeps through now and again:

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6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 hotdog // Nov 28, 2012 at 10:24 AM

    It’s a wind up right!

  • 2 seancavaz // Nov 28, 2012 at 10:27 AM

    It’s like Allo Allo….. Reckon he’s got the box set and spent hours trying to perfect this lol..

  • 3 jesperfuglsang - captain of the lemon crew // Nov 28, 2012 at 10:28 AM

    Joey Barton is like the football worlds very own Ruddiz 😉 lol

  • 4 Dannyo // Nov 28, 2012 at 10:39 AM

    I think we all remember McLarens interviews after working a while at FC Twente. 😀

  • 5 mattyNUFC // Nov 28, 2012 at 10:50 AM

    Ian Toon

    You mentioned a few articles back that, in reference to Mike Williamson and his cowardice on the ball, etcetera, that you cannot ‘teach a dog new tricks’.

    Can the same not be said of Pardew? I know you’re one of the most ardent, boisterous pro-Pardew-ers and haggle over the injury ‘crisis’ as being one of the main catalysts to our current form, unable to accept this was undeniably a continuation of our form even with all of our ‘purples’, so I posit this to you: after admittedly horrendous, near-lifeless showings against West Ham and Swansea (will not try to prevail earlier with you, so just those two matches in mind) did you honestly believe Pardew would NOT shake things up against Southampton? Or did you too feel that was absolutely, positively, indubitably the strongest side he could field in the formation he did?

    In my mind, Pardew’s line-up and demonstrated game-plan at Southampton could not be proven any closer evidence of a dog incapable of learning new tricks, for a number of reasons; the demba pairing, but we all knew/know that; anita, a defender his entire life, being asked to provide the creative spark (either that or AP was content with fielding two holding CMs); Marveaux’s continued exclusion (surely, even keeping in mind he’s yet to set anything alight, he’s warranted a place before either Sammy ‘i want to be even more obsolete than my older brother’ Ameobi or Shane ‘i hit two good crosses last month and i’m AP’s answer to width though i can’t make a pass or defend for the life of me’ Ferguson?….ok, admittedly a bit harsh on the youngsters but do you agree they’re both far from the first team without the aforementioned ‘crisis’?)

    I mean, I could go on but I I’m interested to hear your take on all of this. That aside, do you think AP will shake things up tonight either with the line-up or the formation? Do you think he is capable of that? Do you think he’s enough at his disposal to do so?

  • 6 Jonny // Nov 28, 2012 at 12:16 PM

    Pardrew needs to be focusing about tonights game rather than laughing at Joey Barton.

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