Gennaro Gattuso is widely know as one of the most fiercest characters to have ever stepped inside a football pitch with the former midfielder himself admitting in one of his interviews that every now and then ‘the animal inside would come out’.

But one instance that especially stands out was the infamous brawl he had with former Leeds and Manchester United striker Joe Jordon whilst Jordan was working under Harry Redknapp at Tottenham Hotspur.

With his AC Milan on the ropes against a vibrant Spurs side and poised to lose the Champions League clash, the hot-headed Italian got into a scuffle with Jordan and head-butted the then 60-year-old near the technical area right in front of a stunned Harry Redknapp.

While Gattuso apologized for his behavior the very next night, it seems peace has now finally been made between the pair seven years after the ugly incident as AC Milan’s official Twitter account released a photograph of the duo holding aloft a Joe Jordan shirt.

Water finally under the bridge – check out the photograph below:



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2 comments
  1. Its so nice to know that Gennaro & Joe have put aside their differences.Both are great men. Gennaro has done such an amazing job this season, i am so proud of what hes done with the squad , i really feel nxt season we’ll do really well.Keep up the gr8 work Gennaro and the lads . I LOVE YOU ALL XXX

  2. Joe wrap the Nut on his Ugly Hun Dial.Little Disgraceful Mutt.Arseholes like him shouldnt be on a football pitch.He certainly wasnt a Good Footballer.Just a Hoodlum with a disgraceful attitude,Who couldnt handle an opponent beating him with skill.Fcking Animal…..

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