Micah Richards reveals England team-mate had SECOND JOB while playing… and it led to infamous tweet


MICAH RICHARDS has revealed that former team-mate Joleon Lescott had a second job during his playing days.

The retired defender also claimed that Lescott’s other occupation job is what led to his infamous tweet in 2016.

ReutersMicah Richards says that Joleon Lescott had a second job during his playing days[/caption]

Lescott sent an infamous tweet after losing to LiverpoolJamie McPhilimey – The Sun

Refer to CaptionLescott posted a picture of a £121,000 Mercedes after the defeat[/caption]

Lescott, 41, got himself into hot water after Aston Villa‘s humiliating 6-0 defeat to Liverpool as one of his tweets went viral.

The defender posted a picture of a Mercedes S63 Coupe worth £121,000 without any caption or context.

Lescott followed up the tweet defending himself as he claimed that the post happened when his phone was in his pocket.

Richards, 35, claimed that his team-mate was telling the truth and argued that the picture was to do with Lescott’s second job with a car company.

He told The Rest is Football podcast: “We play Liverpool and we get absolutely spanked 6-0.

“I think I was at fault for about three of the goals. That tweet, I was actually in the car when Joleon sent that tweet.

“The thing is, he is actually telling the truth.

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“How he described it was something ridiculous – he’s sent it from his pocket and he didn’t know it went out.


“But if you remember Twitter back in the day, the last picture in your photos – if you went on Twitter and press a button that picture would be on.

“It must have been ready to send, and he’s put it in his pocket, and he’s accidentally sent the tweet.

“Joleon used to have a car company, and he used to give us cars for good prices, like lease deals.

“In the picture was a S63 Coupe, all singing, all dancing and top of the range.

“It was offered to the lads. That’s the picture which went out.”

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Richards and Lescott were team-mates at Manchester City, Aston Villa and England.

The two defenders appeared 100 times together accumulating 7,626 minutes of playing together.

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