Hey @Alex_OxChambo Barrels of laughs here in the Milner household as well – rationing the tea bags for the week ??#crazydays#somuchtogetonwith#notgotthemovestocompetepic.twitter.com/WLDAJjyHOc– James Milner (@JamesMilner) March 15, 2020
Now the tea bags are sorted I’ve got time to level out this lawn … wonder if I can borrow Anfield’s Keep off the Grass sign?#onebladeatatime#productiveday#snipsnip ?? pic.twitter.com/ap510x6mIf– James Milner (@JamesMilner) March 17, 2020
Lately, he has found a new activity to pass the time: align a containment team from objects, assimilated to real players by name or brand.
In this formation in 4-4-2, we find in particular John Terry, Kyle Walker, David Silva or Thierry Henry, respectively in the role of a box of chocolate, a jump rope, a silver coin and a vacuum cleaner.
Among the current teammates of Milner Liverpool, only one has managed to find its place in this eleven. It is neither Mohamed Salah, Sadio Man, Roberto Firmino or Virgil Van Dijk, but Georginio Wijnaldum, represented by a lamp. And for good reason: the nickname of the Dutch midfielder, Gini, recalls the genius of the lamp.
On the replacement side are Brad Friedel (a loaf of bread), Gabriel Heinze (a tube of ketchup) and Frank Lampard (a lamp, like Wijnaldum), among others. All coached by Fabio Capello (a cap).