Would you look at that, yet another salty comment from an opposing manager.
This time it comes from Stoke’s Michael O’Neill following Blues’ comfortable 2-0 victory at home to The Potters at St Andrews this afternoon.
Twitter: Michael O’Neill: “I accept that long throws are a part of the game. Personally I think they should change the rule… https://t.co/7TnjCr4L5p (@PeteSmith1983)
Twitter: @paulsut81475964 @PeteSmith1983 Stoke aren’t much better if we’ve took 4 points off you this season… (@RhysBCFC)
Twitter: @PeteSmith1983 We have a weapon and we use it, just like you did in the past with Delap…and fair play to you. Embarrassing comment (@blueruss1875)
Twitter: @PeteSmith1983 Which post match comment is more salty, this one or Thomas Frank’s? #BCFC (@BluesFocus)
Twitter: A Stoke manager complains about long throw ins, my irony klaxon has just exploded
#BCFC https://t.co/GXR66aQivb (@hally1956)
Twitter: Stoke ‘longball’ City https://t.co/qDMzKzacgf (@MattieBluenose)
Twitter: @paulsut81475964 @PeteSmith1983 Cry some more (@bluesloyal3)
Twitter: We’re making STOKE CITY cry about long throws loooool https://t.co/1T5M660PMl (@EricZimBCFC)
Twitter: Your club literally employed Rory Delap https://t.co/aBZMxA81RC (@benyardley_1875)
Twitter: Their biggest icon is literally Rory delap, a player who’s career was built off of long throws hahaha https://t.co/8A0MhGMLEf (@jcull___)
Twitter: Unreal excuse https://t.co/NWXbzTt0nf (@Bradley_AJ)
Last week Brentford manager said Blues went to Griffin Park to ‘play for a draw’ albeit having 7 shots on goal to their 9.
Excuses like these just confirm even more how well Bowyer is doing after registering his third straight home win against tough opposition.