It’s not quiet finished yet but it might as well have…
After the lack lustre (some would say piss poor) performance of our Country’s team, it’s a wonder that we continue to have such a passion for the game in our Country. Perhaps that’s one of the problems? The fans have the passion but the players don’t, just so long as they keep getting their disgusting salaries to squander on fast cars and fast women!
Any way, a major sporting defeat (like other loss) tends to bring out the sarcastic irony and satire of British humour and comedy. Here is a selection of those circulated recently 🙂 …
Q: What’s the difference between Cinderella and the England football team?
A: Cinderella wanted to get to the ball….
Osama bin Laden has just released a new TV message to prove he is still alive. He said that the England Team performance on Saturday was complete rubbish…. British intelligence has dismissed the claim, stating that the message could have been recorded anytime in the last 44 years.
Robert Green – The only man to leave Africa without catching anything…
FIFA have released a statement saying the fan didn’t break into the dressing room after all, but was let in by Rob Green.
Q: What’s the difference between Rob Green’s spill and BP’s spill?
A: Robert Green has got a cap for his.
Fabio Capello was wheeling his shopping trolley across the supermarket car park when he noticed an old lady struggling with her bags of shopping. He stopped and asked, “Can you manage dear?” To which the old lady replied, “No way. You got yourself into this blooming mess; don’t ask me to sort it out…”
FIFA have put out a Press statement following their poor showing, that to bolster the confidence of the England Team, a friendly has been arranged with a ten man team from Iceland. Should they win they will go on to play Tesco, ASDA and Morrison’s
“I can’t believe we only managed a draw against a poor team we should easily have beaten……I’m ashamed to call myself Algerian”.
The England team went to visit an orphanage in South Africa this morning, “it’s so good to put a smile on the faces of people with no hope, constantly struggling, and facing the impossible” said Jamal Omboto, aged 6.
And finally, on a more sombre note…
Two planes landed in England today… One brought back a group of overpaid, underachieving footballers. The other brought back seven coffins, each with the Union Flag draped over them. Footballers play for our country, soldiers fight for it. Footballers give ninety minutes, soldiers give their lives… I know who I respect more!