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|31-01-2012, 04:44 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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Sven-Goran Eriksson 'wanted to live in Thailand with two women'
From Didi Hammans biography talking about Eriksson:
Recalling a pre-season trip to Thailand, Hamann writes: "One morning when I was on a sun lounger by the pool, he walked towards me with a bottle of champagne and two glasses on it. It was still only 10 in the morning. I looked up and said, ‘Boss, what are we celebrating?’ expecting him to make the triumphant announcement he was staying.
"He turned to me and smiled that gentle smile of his and took the air of a Buddhist philosopher, as he said, ‘Life, Kaiser. We are celebrating life’. With a glass of champagne in hand he stood and looked out towards the horizon, then spoke in that higgledy-piggledy Swedish accent: ‘You know Kaiser, I like this place. I think I will manage for another five years and come back here and live with two women. Yes. I think I need two beautiful women.’
"He was a man who loved life and it was impossible not to like him and love being in his company."
Sven-Goran Eriksson 'wanted to live in Thailand with two women', says Didi Hamann - Telegraph
|01-02-2012, 04:39 AM||#13 (permalink)|
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I guess the sleeping arrangements would be a kinda Swedish open sandwich The more you think about it the IKEA it gets,Abba Dabba don't
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