Remember a footballer called Mauricio Pellegrino?
Argentina defender who in the 1990s and 2000s represented clubs such as Barcelona, Valencia and Liverpool?
Well, he’s a manager now – but try telling him that the physically-demanding aspect of the game is over now he’s traded his boots for a suit.
After assistant spells at Anfield and with AC Milan, he ‘enjoyed’ an ill-fated six-month spell in charge at the Mestalla before taking a job back home in his native land with Estudiantes, where he presides to this day.
Unfortunately for the 41-year-old, his most recent game in charge on Wednesday saw him gesticulating so wildly at his team during the game that he dislocated his right shoulder.
It later turned out that the problem is one which remains from his playing days, but even the excruciating and familiar pain in his shoulder could not overcome his joy as Estudiantes went on to beat All Boys 1-0.
"I have a chronic shoulder problem, it slipped out of place and that's it," Pellegrino told Ole of Argentina, preferring to focus on the final score instead.
"I'm happy for the win. These three points, in our home opener, were very important."
That's all well and good, and more power to Pellegrino, who is at least finding his feet in the management game back home - if not his arms.
It does make WoS wonder, however: knowing the large number of European gaffers who also fling their arms around in such a melodramatic fashion from their technical area, will this story prompt any of them to tone it down a notch?