Bruno Fernandes should quit football and get a job in the media
Brazilian footballer Bruno Fernandes admitted ordering the killing of girlfriend Eliza Samudio and feeding her body to dogs. He’s a nutter. Having served 7 years of a 22 years sentence, Bruno is out of prison. He has served his time. And now that he’s out, he can seek work. The Sun hears of Bruno’s agent, Lucio Veloso Coutinho, who reportedly said: “Almost 10 clubs have already shown interest. We cannot mention them all now for contractual reasons.”
As Mr 15% makes loud no comment, the Guardian is aghast:
There’s a problem with Murdering Bruno returning to football. No, not mass protests, a life ban and questions in parliament. The problem is he’s not quite match fit. Just give it a few weeks, his agent says. He’s back, baby. Murdering Bruno is back.
What’s Bruno’s job got to do with parliament? It’s a matter between him and his employers.
If the media’s big and robust enough to accept the work of former criminals, why is it so troubled if a football club does the same?