The truth behind Benitez's departure from Liverpool Football Club is revealed to be a question of scale.
Rafa left Valencia over an infamous argument about home décor stating: "I asked for a table and they brought me a lampshade."
At Liverpool, he asked the new owners Tom Hicks and George Gillet for a shiny new 73,000 seater stadium, costing £400 million.
Instead he was given a small, second-hand, galvanised shed which had been used to store industrial quantities of Carmen Rollers.
Previous owner, Alex Gerrard, said, "God, he's a miserable aul' boot. I looked after that shed as if it was me own flesh an' blood. Polished it an' ev'rythin'. Some people are never satisfied."
Rafa had been entitled to £16 million in compensation, but got six.
A spokesman for Liverpool FC confirmed that all six galvanised sheds would be following Benitez to his next club.
"It's a shame," said former Chief Executive Rick Parry. "Rafa asked for very little and that's exactly what he got."