‘I heard what wages you were on’ – Kieran Tierney trolls Arsenal pal Martin Odegaard as he delivers brutal quip


KIERAN TIERNEY has shown he hasn’t lost any of his Scottish patter since his big money move to London.

The ex-Celtic star is one of the stars of new Amazon Prime docuseries, All Or Nothing: Arsenal.

Odegaard and Tierney in action for Arsenal

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Odegaard and Tierney in action for ArsenalCredit: Getty

Fans will love his banter and witty one-liners.

Once while receiving treatment, Norwegian team-mate Martin Odegaard, 23, comes into the physio room after penning a permanent deal with the club.

The Tartan Army hero asks: “Happy to be back bro? I heard what wages you were on so I thought f***** hell.”

In another scene he jokes with his physio team about losing body fat.

He says: “I’ve hacked the system, the body fat system.”

The doctor replies: “I’m disappointed, what’s happened to Cadbury’s. Cadbury’s shares have taken a dive.”

The defender says: “I know, that’s the time to invest.”

The doc says: “Have you made an effort with that?” to which Tierney responds, “Slight adjustments.”

The medic then asks: “Have you stopped eating chocolate?”

But Tierney says: “No, have I f***.”

The ex-Celtic star can also been seen dancing in the training room to Status Quo’s ‘Rockin’ All Over the World’ after Arsenal beat local rivals Tottenham 3-1 last September.

As the camera moves away Tierney can be heard shouting “Here we f***** go” in his broad Lanarkshire accent.

Amid all the laughs, Tierney has had an injury plagued time since his move to Arsenal.

And the defender admits he struggles to deal with being on the sidelines.

He says: “When you’re playing every week you just see life as when’s the next game, it’s pressure, pressure, pressure.

“When I’m injured there’s no pressure, it feels weird.

“You just feel like you don’t know where you are, you’re in the middle of nowhere really.”

Meanwhile, Tierney has revealed he’s feeling right at home in London after being struck by homesickness following his move to the Gunners.

The defender now lives with the club’s chief cook and pal Johnny McCallum near to the club’s training centre.

Tierney said: “He can get quite angry sometimes if we get beat, but that’s just passion for you. That’s what he cares about so I stay out his way.”

Tierney says: “Johnny knows if I’m angry, he leaves the food and just bolts.”

All or Nothing: Arsenal is available on Amazon Prime from 4 August

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