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Thursday, 22 November 2007

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Sacked England manager Steve McClaren has given his first interview after losing his job after only fifteen months in charge of the national team. Spoof reporter Harry Enscombe, respectful of the ex-Hull player's state of mind so soon after finding himself in the dole queue, put the questions to McClaren earlier today:

HE: Steve, it's been a few hours since you lost the easiest job in football, how do you feel?

SM: (Cries) It wasn't my fault.

HE: Whose fault was it then?

SM: (Blubbering) Andorra's. No, Sven's. It was his team, I just put me posh suit on and sat there.

HE: Do you think if you hadn't made so many basic errors of judgement, of team selection, of a tactical nature, you might still be the England manager?

SM: Boo-hoo, boo-hoo

HE: What will you do now, Steve?

SM: Am off back up North t' race me pigeons. Summat am good at.

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