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He's got four Japanese talking dogs: Aldershot boss Mark Molesley goes viral for hilarious interview

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‘Terry’s brought a briefcase in. He’s got four Japanese talking dogs in there!’: Aldershot boss Mark Molesley goes viral for hilarious press conference in which he talks about ‘bath water’, ‘cold penguins’ and how much noise a falling tree makes!

  • Mark Molesley spoke to Sky Sports ahead of his side’s game on Saturday
  • He chose to have a bit of fun and respond to the questions with random answers 
  • His philosophical words reminded fan of Eric Cantona’s famous speech


Aldershot manager Mark Molesley left fans utterly bemused as his pre-match interview did the rounds on asocial media on Saturday.

Molesley was speaking to Sky Sports ahead of the FA Trophy clash with Bromley, which his side went on to lose 2-0. 

He was asked the normal questions about his thoughts ahead of the gamde but his answers were anything but normal.

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Aldershot manager Mark Molesley left fans bemused with his pre-match interview

Aldershot manager Mark Molesley left fans bemused with his pre-match interview

Remdining viewers of that Eric Cantona moment, Molesley proceeded to give random philosophical thoughts.

He talked about a variety of things, from penguins and bath water to Japanese talking dogs. 

said: “If a tree falls, and if no one is there to hear it fall, does it make a noise? Does a penguin get cold? What way does your bath water go? Clockwise or anticlockwise when you take the plug out.

“These are questions that are going to be asked of us, these are questions we have to have answers to.

“We are looking for solutions and we have to solve the equation sometimes.

“Sam has had a lovely haircut, it’s started to grow out now. Coops is here working silently away. Robbie’s over there, it’s the first time he’s been quiet today.

“Terry has bought a briefcase in, you know, he’s got four Japanese talking dogs in there. But you know this is what we work with, and we will continue to work hard.”

It was, of course, all a bit of fun on the manager’s part.  

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