September 10th, 2012

Joey Barton: Hero, Villain, Thinker, Thug & Now British GQ Style Cover Boy


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8 Responses to “Joey Barton: Hero, Villain, Thinker, Thug & Now British GQ Style Cover Boy”

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  3. Liverpoolfan says:

    Hero — for his work on behalf of the Hillsborough families. Barton did a tremendous amount of work to get enough signatures on Anne Williams' petition so she can perhaps get a new, fair inquest for her 15 year-old son Kevin, who was killed in the tragic crush and whose death, along with the others, has never been properly investigated because of police and government coverups. Barton accompanied her and other families of the dead to the parliamentary hearing on the issue and has tried to continually bring the issue to the forefront. He's done a lot of things that he has to answer for in his life and football career, but on this issue, he could certainly be viewed as a hero to those families.

  4. Catie2838 says:

    Just curious, where did "hero" come from?

  5. Nicola says:

    Both "villain" and "thug" are accurate descriptions and I suppose whether or not he is a "thinker" is subjective, but when has he ever been a "hero"? Also, I think either "a chip on his shoulder" or "a few screws loose" should replace "the thorn in his side."

  6. IrishBlue says:

    I do not understand……….act like an ass, appear on the cover of GQ?? Huh??

  7. stawberrysexscapade says:

    This gives the term 'GQMF' a whole new meaning…. and not a nice one