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September 26, 2009

Ozzie goes off. Paulie says it wasn’t like that Ozzie.

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ September 26, 2009 10:59 pm
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Ozzie Guillen thought the Sox players tuned to the football after losing tonight:

“It’s a bunch of (bleeps) out there watching football games like a piece of (bleep) with no pride, the way they (bleep-bleep) play, and that’s embarrassing. If you don’t have pride to play this game and you don’t care about it, get another job. Because I know I’m going to be all over the stinking place when I talk about this. I’m not in a pennant race, but at least I have some pride and at least I have something to fight for and at least I have something to show up to this ballpark and play for. And when you go out there and you turn your TV on and watch stupid (bleep) football when those (bleep-bleep) football players don’t give a (bleep) about you, that’s embarrassing. We’ve got how many games, seven games, they’ve got to put their (bleep) together. Because I don’t mind losing games. That’s part of the game. But when you lose games and you don’t even care about it, we’re going to have problems. I run this ballclub and I’m going to run this ballclub the way I want to. If they don’t want me here, I’ll get another job, or get me other players. But getting your (bleep) kicked like that, then all of a sudden you’re watching football games, that’s a bunch of (bleep).”

Paul Konerko chimes in:

Team captain Paul Konerko said he believes Guillen misunderstood the players’ reaction after the game. “The televisions were on already when we came in the locker room,” Konerko said. “No player turned them on. I’m all for no TV, no music, no kids across the board when we lose, so I really understand.”

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