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Mike Francesa calls Bill Belichick a ‘bad guy’ (Audio)

WFAN’s Mike Francesa has never gotten along with New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. On Tuesday, he furthered the fire.

Bros for life. This is the phrase that’s been uttered through the years between dudes who’ll never turn on each other. It applies to many across the landscape, even in the sports broadcasting industry.

Enter WFAN’s Mike Francesa.

Everybody knows the Sports Pope has always carried a flame for the Big Tuna, Bill Parcells, ever since he led the New York Giants to two Super Bowls over two decades ago. While they may not speak too often these days, the feelings are still strong.

No matter the success Bill Belichick sees with the New England Patriots, Francesa continues to back his boy Parcells on the airwaves. He’ll never admit Belichick is a better coach than his master and will continuously tell the world he has a rough relationship with the student.

Check out the audio above. Francesa continues to preach to the world that Belichick is a “bad guy.” Now that Super Bowl LI is here, Francesa has no choice but to speak about the other Bill.

Can’t the three just plan a slumber party for the not-so-distant future? I mean, they should take turns reading When Pride Still Mattered in front of a toasty fireplace while passing around popcorn.

Perhaps that’s the only way at this point.

H/T Twitter, @SportsFunhouse

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