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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Mark Lomas is joined by James Piercy and Matt Monaghan to discuss the inadequacies of Manchester United captain after another shocker against Watford.
Also on this week’s show:
– How would a Rooney-less United line up? (1.26)
– Is Kolarov Pep’s finest coaching achievement? (21.15)
– Would ‘Leganes Madrid’ be a welcome name change? (33.19)
– What was Brazilian Ronaldo’s best ever goal? (44.18)
– Will the Al Nasr-Wanderley saga end any time soon? (49.32)
Trundle, 39, played for Swansea for four years and captured the imagination of fans in Wales and beyond with his flamboyant playing style.
That approach was on full display again for Llanelli as Trundle scored three goals in injury-time for his new team, including a free-kick from all of 35 yards and a magnificent chip.
The video appeared on the Y Clwb Pêl-droed Facebook page and quickly reminded supporters of Trundle’s talent.
And if you don’t remember him, here are some of his other memorable moments…