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Video: Glen Johnson Absolutely Slaughters Saido Berahino’s Attitude at Stoke During Radio Interview

Video: Glen Johnson Absolutely Slaughters Saido Berahino’s Attitude at Stoke During Radio Interview

Glen Johnson has absolutely slaughtered the attitude of his former Stoke City team-mate Saido Berahino – admitting he doesn’t even like the striker personally.

Former Chelsea, Liverpool, Portsmouth and West Ham United right-back Johnson decided to hang-up his boots and retire from the game officially earlier this year after picking up an injury, with his last club being Stoke, where he spent more than three years.

The ex-England international played alongside Berahino for much of his time at the Britannia Stadium, and he’s gone into detail surrounding just how frustrating it could be to work with the striker every day.

Johnson was appearing as a guest on talkSPORT’s mid-morning show with Jim White and Natalie Sawyer earlier today, and he certainly didn’t hold back when asked about Berahino:

Now released and paid-off by Stoke – a player they once forked out £12 million for – Berahino has been looking to rejuvenate his career with Belgian side Zulte Waregam, according to the Daily Mail.

He’s still only 26, but with an attitude like that, do you think we’ll ever see Berahino back at the top of the English game?

Let us know in the comments section below…


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