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Kentucky soccer coach needles UNC's Roy Williams with hilarious tweet

If you insult the game of soccer, mustachioed Kentucky coach Jon Lipsitz will find you. (Jon Lipsitz/Twitter) If you insult the game of soccer, mustachioed Kentucky coach Jon Lipsitz will find you. (Jon Lipsitz/Twitter)

Meet Kentucky women's soccer coach Jon Lipsitz: Resident Twitter marksman who will find and humiliate you if you denigrate the game of soccer. Today, he engaged in a Twitter spree directed at UNC head coach Roy Williams that excoriated the Tar Heel boss for his comment about his team after losing to Texas on Wednesday night:

"I'm tired of talking about free throws ... You have to step up and make the doggone thing or go play soccer."

Lipsitz, a UNC alum, didn't take kindly to the statement:

https://twitter.com/UKCoachLipsitz/status/414562033166594049

Williams is somewhat established in the sports world, but Dorrance, North Carolina's women's soccer coach, has won 22 national titles. Roy's got a long way to go until then. When the trolls emerged to either defend Williams or further make fun of soccer, Lipsitz continued to spit fire:

https://twitter.com/UKCoachLipsitz/status/414565600409575425

This isn't the first showcase of Williams' arrogance and insensitivity. This is the man who compared losing to Virginia to the Haitian earthquake, had an opposing fan kicked out of a game for yelling during a free throw, and made five of his own players survive a court-storming while he and the rest of the team were safely in the locker room.

Lipsitz even put on a nice finishing touch:

https://twitter.com/UKCoachLipsitz/status/414569426919227392

Jon Lispitz, everybody: Delightfully reminding us that Roy Williams is still sullen.

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