Originally posted on Next Impulse Sports  |  Last updated 6/19/12

Following The Ukraine’s 1-0 loss to England in Euro 2012, The Ukranian coach, Oleg Blokhin, was in foul mood and it showed during the post game press conference. You could sense the coach’s blood boiling and finally it boiled over when he responded to a journalist with:

“Let’s go outside and have a man conversation.

“Have you ever played? You write what you like. You don’t like my team or me.

“I understand you are a journalist. You should respect me.”

Wayne Rooney, who had just returned from suspension, scored on a header in the 48th minute to give England a 1-0 victory over Ukraine and landed his team a spot in the European Championship quarterfinals. Adding to Ukraine’s frustrations, they appeared to have tied up the game in the 62nd minute when a shot by Marko Devic seemed to cross the goal-line before it was cleared by John Terry. The refs missed the call, though screenshots and replays showed the ball had fully passed the line.

Apparently this isn’t the first time that Oleg has had anger management issues with journalists:

H/T Sky Sports

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