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Stan Collymore Has Made A Promise To Gary Neville That He Might Regret

Stan Collymore Has Made A Promise To Gary Neville That He Might Regret
By PJ Browne Updated

New Chelsea frontman Diego Costa took a bit of a tumble in an attempt to win a penalty for his side during their 3-1 win over Burnley at Turf Moor on Monday night. The Brazilian-born Spanish international received a yellow card from referee Michael Oliver following the incident.

Afterwards on Twitter, Gary Neville said that every player at some stage in their career had gone down easily in an attempt "to win a foul."

Stan Collymore did not agree though.

The Talksport presenter vowed that if Neville could find footage of him taking a dive then he would quit broadcasting.

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Neville sought some clarification on Collymore's definition of diving.

With Collymore agreeing that it was trying to "win a free kick, pen anywhere on the pitch by diving or pretending."

Sounds like Gary Neville will have those Sky Sports researchers working overtime this week.

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