Video: ‘Mister or Rino’ Gattuso stuns Spanish journalist

Valencia boss Gennaro Gattuso surprised a Spanish journalist during a post-match press conference on Saturday, saying: ‘Call me Mister or Rino.’

The former Milan and Napoli coach met the media following a 2-1 win over Gian Piero Gasperini’s Atalanta on Saturday and, after revealing that his side can’t afford Juventus midfielder Arthur, joked with a journalist who had called him ‘Señor Gattuso’ which translates into ‘Mister’ or ‘Lord.’

‘Call me Mister or Rino, the Lord is in the Sky,’ Gattuso said with a smile.

Mister is commonly used in Italy to refer to football coaches, while Rino is Gattuso’s most famous nickname.

The Italian tactician has been appointed by Valencia this summer, signing a three-year deal at the Estadio Mestalla.

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3 Comments on “Video: ‘Mister or Rino’ Gattuso stuns Spanish journalist”

  1. Rino, ADL did you wrong, something tells me your destined for greatness as a manager, thank you for your efforts @Napoli

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