Top 5 - Football's Sore Losers

Sport360 staff 12:38 20/09/2016
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Sometimes being a top-class footballer doesn’t just involve working hard and winning trophies, but also entails graciously accepting defeat.

From calling the opposing team names to flat-out refusing to play, Sport360 brings you the top five examples of football players being sore losers.

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