Two football fans have launched a website dedicated to the verbal gaffes made by players and pundits.
Called Dangerhere.com, the site was set up by Larry Ryan and Gareth Power who update it every week from their base in Dublin.
Included this week are gems from Sir Bobby Robson such as: "Football's like a big marketplace, and people go to the market every day to buy their vegetables."
Another is from Andy Townsend: "He's like a laxative: he goes straight through you and there's nothing you can do about it."
Visitors to the site are also invited to learn 'Ronglish', which the authors believe is only spoken by ex-manager Ron Atkinson.
The site says: "Big Ron has a lot to say, but all the gold in the world couldn't persuade him to say it in English.
"No, Ron has no truck with the language of mortals. Instead he has toiled for years in the hot Marbella sun to construct a dialect all of his own."
Comments like: "There's a saying that you get at the end what you put in at the beginning" and "He's drawn the keeper like he's teaching the dog to bark," are lovingly recorded.
Kevin Keegan even has his own page. "There's certainly no evidence that Kev killed himself in English class during secondary school," the site says.
Some of Keegan's gaffs include: "In some ways, cramp is worse than having a broken leg" as well as "Hungary is very similar to Bulgaria. I know they're different countries..." and "Argentina won't be at Euro 2000 because they're from South America".
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