‘Sergio Aguero’ admits to having the ‘most useless phone’
Sergio Aguero has admitted he had the most useless phone in the history of football.
The Argentine scored four goals in a 3-0 win over Newcastle United on Sunday to complete his hat-trick in the club’s Champions League win over Inter Milan.
The forward has scored three goals in four matches for the Argentine club, which he joined from Sevilla for €40m in July 2013.
Speaking after the game, Aguero told a media conference: “It is a useless phone.
It is not good to have, because I’m not really a player who is interested in other players phones.”
It’s good to be having a phone, but I have to be careful with it.
“It is not the most effective phone, because if you hit the ring button it doesn’t stop ringing, it doesn´t wake you up, it just plays a sound.
It has no real function.
It´s useless to have a useless telephone.”
The Real Madrid star added: “You cannot play the ball on it and play it, because it doesn`t wake up, so you cannot play and score.”
I think I have a better phone than everyone else.
You can only be so lucky with that phone.
“The 23-year-old is not just the latest player to admit having a useless smartphone, it is the latest to claim it was the most frustrating smartphone.
In February, Arsenal star Theo Walcott told the BBC he had had more than 100 phone calls since his move to the Gunners.”
As I started to play more football, I started getting calls from players who were very tired because their phones were so broken,” Walcott said.”
And that just goes to show the stupidity of this society.
“And in August last year, Newcastle midfielder Ben Taylor admitted he was using his phone to play his football video games on his iPad, which is what his team-mates were using.”
In November, Manchester City’s Sergio Aguilas admitted he used his phone for his Facebook profile.””
It was the same on my phone, and I just didn’t realise it.”
In November, Manchester City’s Sergio Aguilas admitted he used his phone for his Facebook profile.
“Sometimes I have texts from people saying: ‘Hey, do you want to join the club?’, ” Aguilaras told Spanish TV station TV3.
“I just reply: ‘I want to play.'”
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