The MOLE: LAMPS TO BARCA... THERE'S NOU CHANCE.
THE conspiracy theorists are having a ball as they discuss the post-match scene when Ronaldinho and Frank Lampard swapped shirts in the Nou Camp.
The more creative thinkers insist Lampard is stitched on to join Barcelona this summer and that Ronaldinho asked him: "How's your Catalan?"
To which the England star, in Catalan, replied: "Not bad."
Well the Mole, with a little help from the Chelsea midfielder, is happy to put the record straight and reveal what the two superstars did say to each other.
Lampard explained: "I just said good luck to him. My Spanish isn't that good to carry the conversation any further so I just said good luck to get to the final. He said good luck back to me. It wasn't that complicated a conversation."
So that's that...apart from the caller who insisted Ronaldinho was tapping up Frank and actually said: "There's a house for sale down the street from me."
CHEST OF FRIENDS: Lamps swaps shirts with Ronaldinho
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Mar 12, 2006|
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