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Barton continues to play women's football and employs England goalkeeper Mary Earps

Barton continues to play women's football and employs England goalkeeper Mary Earps

Joey Barton tackled goalkeeper Mary Earps after being named England's Sports Personality of the Year on Tuesday. The former midfielder condemned the media's enthusiasm for a player who, according to him, was nothing special.

Clearly, Joey Barton has started a crusade against women in football. If the Englishman had already stood out for his sexist and misogynistic comments about female journalists commenting on men's matches, this time he took aim at the darling of the British public, Mary Earps.

“It was a bad penalty and he left his line too soon,” the former OM player said on social media in response to a video of the goalkeeper's save against Jennifer Hermoso in the 2023 World Cup final. Didn't remove it? Sports personality of the year!

“I'll take 100 penalties against Mary Earps”

Apparently, the penalty saved by Mary Earps directly angered Joey Barton. The former midfielder, who later became a coach, particularly resented the media and Englishmen scrutinizing the goalkeeper. After not being available for sale for some time, the Englishman's jersey has finally been put up for sale by the England team's kit supplier. Out of stock within minutes, a real hit.

Goalkeeper and Lions star, the 30-year-old won the prestigious title of Sports Personality of the Year during an awards evening organized on Tuesday. BBC. Elected by public vote, the Manchester United footballer beat cricket star Stuart Broad and heptathlon world champion Katharina Johnson-Thompson. Just look at Joey Barton undressed.

“I'll score 100 penalties against Mary Earps,” said the short-lived English international (a test) in a new trade against women's football. “Any day of the week. And twice on a Sunday.”

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After the first salvo of misogynistic and sexist messages in early December, Joey Barton declared that football was weighed down by “corruption” and “pedophilia”. By striking new supporters this time around, the former midfielder may have lost even more credibility with the British public.

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