Under fire Everton boss Rafa Benitez has been spotted distributing printed copies of his CV around various Tapas Bars in Liverpool.
The 61-year-old is tipped to become the Premier League’s next managerial casualty following his side’s dismal 4-1 defeat against former club Liverpool.
Facing the prospect of unemployment at Christmas, the Spaniard took the pre-emptive measure of passing his curriculum vitae around some Merseyside Tapas Bars.
‘Despite his struggles at Goodison, Rafa is still one of the most highly sought after waiters in Europe’, a food critic told Paddy Power News.
‘Many within the hospitality game believe it’s only a matter of time before we see him back at one of the world’s top restaurants’.
‘His CV is highly impressive. Two league titles with Valencia. A Champions League with Liverpool. And 8-years waiting experience in the food service industry’.
‘I’m not sure what is more awe-inspiring? Winning the Champions League with a team containing Djimi Traoré and Igor Bišćan or being able to carry 22 plates at once?’
Discussing the potential move back into waiting tables, Benitez told us:
‘I want to talk about facts’.
‘I don’t want to play mind games with the restaurateurs, although they seem to want to start. But I have seen some facts about Tapas’.
‘Tapas are overpriced glorified bar snacks passed off as a meal which wouldn’t fill a hole in your tooth. This is a fact’.
‘They are a starter, at best, and should never be considered part of a main course. Fact.
‘Most people do not want to share their food. I certainly do not. Fact again’.
‘Why do they serve five chicken wings between two people? This normally leads to a dispute over ownership of the superfluous wing. Another fact’.
‘In saying all that, I can start on Monday and will also work weekends’.
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