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Funny story: Christmas Puddings to be used in Seasonal Training

Christmas Puddings to be used in Seasonal Training

Manchester United, Liverpool, and Glasgow Celtic are to test- drive Christmas Puds instead of a leather ball, in December Training Sessions. Apart from the obvious festive aspect, the soft texture of the cooked sphere, will challenge...
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Funny story: Kippers flounder over Euro-footy plaices

Kippers flounder over Euro-footy plaices

Nigel Farage has always been more of a coelacanth - an extinct fossil - than a bream come true. But now his "whaling" threatens the flying fish of his populist campaign as a cod-right winger. But enough fishy metaphors. UKIP members - commonly ref...
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Funny story: The Secret England Footballer's Diary: Euro 2016 and Scotland

The Secret England Footballer's Diary: Euro 2016 and Scotland

Bench warmer. Fringe player. That's what the papers have been calling me ever since the debacle of our World Cup misadventure and I've got to admit it's true. Roy hasn't even had me in the squad for the matches against the Swiss cheese makers and th...
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Funny story: ISIS Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi holds secret meeting in Mosul to consider new avenues on to the world stage

ISIS Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi holds secret meeting in Mosul to consider new avenues on to the world stage

In a stunning development that bodes well for world peace as we approach this Christmas time, world famous football team Manchester United has revealed a recruiting drive aimed at Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, head of ISIS. A representative of Manchester...
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Funny story: West Ham Too Much For My Dodgy Heart

West Ham Too Much For My Dodgy Heart

Allardyce has been warned before - the displays recently of the Irons have been endangering the health of the team's fan base. Proof of this was when I was rushed to Hospital minutes before the game against Manchester City. It was not until I had...
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Funny story: A collection of Michael Owen's best tweets

A collection of Michael Owen's best tweets

Since joining Twitter the former football player and now commentator Michael Owen has shared his insights into life. Find below some of the nuggets of interest- It's Friday night! Think I might treat myself to a glass of water - I deserve it Good to see out of some of the football matches played today, several of them had winners. Football on later. Hopefully we'll see plenty of ball kic...
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Funny story: Premier League Deny Writing Own Scripts

Premier League Deny Writing Own Scripts

English Premier League Chief Executive Richard Scudamore has came out today to strongly deny claims that the organisation have been employing Hollywood directors to script the outcome of matches. Following yesterday's incredible drama where Chelse...
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Funny story: What's Up With West Ham?

What's Up With West Ham?

As a Hammers fan of many years - back to the greats of Booby Moore, Trevor Brooking among many others I am indeed shocked by the display against Liverpool on Saturday. Where was the boredom? I felt lost without it, like taking my clothes away. Are...
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Funny story: Man Unsure What Pillocks to Watch Debating

Man Unsure What Pillocks to Watch Debating

A man from somewhere was this morning weighing up the possibility of watching one of two vitally important and serious debates scheduled for our beloved televisual delights tonight. One of these debates centres around the impending cataclysmic or...
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Funny story: Premier League football to feature sealions from next year

Premier League football to feature sealions from next year

In a move that may alienate more traditional fans but is sure to increase the popularity of the game, the Football Association is to allow clubs to sign sealions to replace human players starting from the 2015-2016 season. Sealions are pinnipeds w...
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Funny story: Billy Crystal to be named new Palace Manager

Billy Crystal to be named new Palace Manager

Legendary American funnyman actor Billy Crystal is sensationally set to become the new boss of Premier League club Crystal Palace. It is believed the club wish to retain the recent tradition of loose symmetry between managers name and the club nam...
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Funny story: David Moyes Man United timeline - What went wrong?

David Moyes Man United timeline - What went wrong?

One year on and we take a look back at David Moyes time as manager of Manchester United July 1st - Fails to recognise Wayne Rooney on first day at job. Despite managing him at Everton. Rooney never properly forgives him. July 18th - Moyes sugge...
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Funny story: Manchester United: New Season, New Challenges

Manchester United: New Season, New Challenges

Everyone is waiting to see how Man Utd perform this season under new management following last seasons horrific performances. What will be his new line up? Who else will he buy? And the most important of all questions surrounding this mammoth club...
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Funny story: Inner Circle Football Betting Made A Crime

Inner Circle Football Betting Made A Crime

Football players and coaches are furious about new legislation that prevents them from betting on any football related activity, with one player already stating, "if only we had friends to pass our inside knowledge onto." With footballers and coac...
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Funny story: Leeds United Formation and Transfer Issues

Leeds United Formation and Transfer Issues

The transfer situation at Leeds United has "gone into meltdown" as Dave Hockaday has admitted that "all the good players we (Leeds) want to sign won't be able to adapt to the amazing diamond formation the club now plays better than who we've got."...
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Funny story: Illegal Immigrants Admit They Came to U.S. for Glenn Beck's Free Soccer Balls

Illegal Immigrants Admit They Came to U.S. for Glenn Beck's Free Soccer Balls

McAllen, TX - A Honduran woman accidentally let the cat out of the bag yesterday when she unwittingly explained to a reporter the real reason she and tens of thousands of her fellow Latin American citizens travelled thousands of miles was for the...
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Funny story: Manchester United still number one

Manchester United still number one

Five o'clock in the afternoon every weekday is an important time for any football fan. As the closing bell rings in London's Stock Exchange, they rush home to look up their team and see how they have fared in the day's trading. This week Manchester U...
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Funny story: Leeds United to become 'dirty' once more

Leeds United to become 'dirty' once more

After the Leeds United squad collectively refused to move to live in the city a few days ago, the controversy has continued at Elland Road as Swiss International defender, Jonathan Rossini, had his loan deal terminated due to having a "poor attitude"...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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