Brazil rinsed by O’Hara over talkSPORT Xmas jumper pic after big clue it’s faked

Jamie O'Hara has rinsed Alan Brazil after seeing a 'photoshopped' picture of the former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur striker wearing a Christmas jumper.

Before his morning show on talkSPORT with Brazil, O'Hara posted the image on Twitter with the caption: "This picture has made my morning, the big man has defo refused to put a Xmas jumper on and they’ve photoshopped his big head on someone’s body look at the arms"

Fellow talkSPORT presenter Laura Woods was among those to respond to O'Hara's tweet, with the broadcaster replying with three laughing face emojis.

O'Hara was sacked from his role as manager of non-league side Billericay Town earlier this month, with the club sat 15th in the National League South when the club opted to part ways with the 34-year-old.

In a statement, the club said: "The board would like to announce, that following discussions earlier today, Billericay Town FC, Jamie O’Hara and Paul Konchesky have decided to part company.

"The club would like to thank them both for their contribution and we wish them nothing but the very best."

O'Hara posted his own statement on social media, saying: "Billericay Town FC is a fantastic club with great potential and I will carry nothing but fond memories of my time there as both as player and more recently a manager.

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"I would sincerely like to thank everyone at the club for their support when I became manager last year.

"When I arrived at Billericay in 2017 it was never the intention to end up coaching and managing the team but having gained such a liking for the club and the affinity with the back office staff and supporters I took it upon myself to take over the reigns following the departure of the previous club owner.

"I am incredibly proud that alongside my management team and the new owners we were able to work together to consolidate the club at such a difficult time.

"Billericay has been a fantastic experience for me and I feel extremely privileged to have had the opportunity to have both played and managed the club.

"I would like to thank all the fantastic people I have met throughout my time and I wish them the best going forward."

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