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Funny story: Sir Eltons John's Desperate Bid To Save Watford FC

Sir Eltons John's Desperate Bid To Save Watford FC

Watford FC today declared themselves to be in state of 'fucked up' after admitting the club may soon go into administration should they not raise the funds needed to stay alive. Former club owner, and fudge-packer, Sir Elton John has declared his...
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Funny story: FA Respect Programme Goes To Shit After Watford/Reading Linesman Blunder

FA Respect Programme Goes To Shit After Watford/Reading Linesman Blunder

The Respect Programme, - the FA's programme of activities to combat unacceptable behaviour in football at every level - on the pitch and from the sidelines - is this morning in tatters, after a ridiculous blunder by the linesman in last weekend's Cha...
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Funny story: Bradford & Bingley seek emergency funding

Bradford & Bingley seek emergency funding

Senior executives from the definately not in trouble and 100% solvent Bradford and Bingley were spotted earlier today beating a path to leafy Watford. This tranquil Hertfordshire town which was once owned by Sir Elton John is also the home to the big...
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Democrats spit dummy and demand to be heard over gun control. The mouse roared. First time for everything. Not a squeak from any over Obama's tyrannical 'executive orders'. Paving the way for Hillary.
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