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"We Played a Holocaust": Joey Barton's Unfortunate Comparison | Israel today

2021-10-25T10:25:39.658Z

The Bristol Rovers coach once again got into trouble following a hallucinatory interview in which he compared the ability of his players to the Holocaust • Following the remark, Barton received many criticisms in the kingdom: "He could not have gone lower"



Joey Barton is strong again in the headlines.

The former footballer, who is currently coaching Bristol Rovers from the English Premier League, is known for his provocative remarks.

This time it's another one that occurred after the 3-1 loss to Newport County.

Asked at the press conference about his team's disgraceful defensive play, Barton shot: "Our team is almost like playing musical chairs. Sometimes players get on the field and play well, sometimes someone really gets into things but right after that he is injured or absent and suspended. It seems the players "We are going through a Holocaust. It is definitely a nightmare and a complete disaster."

Does Barton refer to a bad performance as a 'Holocaust' here?

Am I losing my hearing?

pic.twitter.com/u7i5qU9Pcm

- JH (@iamhighlystrung) October 23, 2021

Needless to say, Barton's bizarre interview did not go smoothly and went viral on social media, many surfers were outraged and one of them tweeted: "There is no shortage of idiots who think the 'Holocaust' can be used. something".

Barton.

Another loss to the collection, Photo: AP

Another surfer added: "Why did this word even appear in the coach's head? He could not have gone lower."

It will be recalled that Barton, who was accused of being a gambling player, got into a virtual confrontation in 2014 regarding the Israeli-Palestinian confrontation with Yossi Benyon, with whom he played together in the KPR uniform.

Source: israelhayom

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