It’s just a shame that Robinho was talking about Brazil when he made this bold statement, and not the Premier League club that he decided to join at the last minute on transfer deadline day! It looks as though Manchester City have got a character on their hands, with the Brazilian forward admitting that he scrawled an arrogant message on the dressing room wall after his team had beaten Chile.
The Daily Mail reports that the £32.5 million man isn’t just all about making an impression on the pitch, so watch out for a marker pen sticking out of his jeans pocket. After Brazil’s 3-0 win on Sunday, the player showed ’em who’s boss in no uncertain terms.
Robinho has owned up to daubing graffiti on the wall of the Brazil dressing room after Sunday’s 3-0 win in Chile.
Manchester City’s £32.4m deadline day signing wrote: ‘There must be respect for the best team in the world,’ in Spanish after a much-needed World Cup win.
Robinho said: ‘I was the one who wrote it.
‘Chile should have respected Brazil for our tradition, which I don’t need to talk about. They thought it would be easy.
‘They tried to play us on equal terms and you saw the result.’
Goodness, how dare Chile try and stand up to their opposition, without showing them due respect? You can guarantee that the boy from Brazil will be on the receiving end of some fierce challenges when he takes to the field for Manchester City, what other messages should be expect on dressing room walls this season? “Those nasty Chelsea defenders hurt my leg, just because I sacked them off for a shedload of extra cash” perhaps?