'No regrets' Graeme Souness hits back at 'men's game' criticism and explains comments


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“I enjoyed two games of football yesterday where men were playing men and they got about themselves at times, they were falling out with each other. And okay, the thing on the touchline, I don’t think we should be condoning that, it’s not something we want to see too much of. But I’ve been there.”

Souness says both matches gave him flashbacks of when he used to play and says it is a great advert for top-flight football in England. He added: “Yeah it was a throwback and I think our football will be better for it. I think the referees have got this directive now which will mean more honesty in the game.

“Simulation, what’s another word for simulation? Yeah [cheating], buying a foul, that’s cheating and the referees are not buying it anymore. Yesterday we had two games that were so good, they were advertising the Premier League and what a great advert it was.”


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