FA Headquarters, Wembley, LONDON: Following the shock decision to 'ave our main striker Wayne 'Roonstone' Rooney, banned for three matches after his alleged lashing out at opposition forces, The FA have been deliberating whether to appeal against this decision.
Shockingly, the European governing body headed by a Frenchman, who probably hates ze English, doles out the maximum possible penalty to an Englishman for something that 10 years ago wouldn't have been an alleged foul.
Whilst the FA should have seen this coming, after no-one supported them in their World Cup bidding farcical fiasco, that's what happens when you try to kick the FIFA establishment.
Wayne 'Roonstone' Rooney kicked someone as he is an alleged cheat, does not give a damn about either playing for his country or the fans who pay his wages - and that means our society has become so degraded as it has grown to worship the celebrity, paying homage to people who don't really do anything.
Wayne 'Roonstone' Rooney might be very good at kicking a ball, but in the great scheme of things, Wayne 'Roonstone' Rooney is not really worth all that money. It's another false bubble fuelled by a lazy society who, in the main, would rather pay £40 a month to watch football on TV than do something constructive.
Until Wayne 'Roonstone' Rooney grows up, realises what a privileged position he is in and learns to respect other people both on and off the pitch he will continue to be treated accordingly. It is with these thoughts in mind, that the Football Association have made the following declaration;
"Wayne Rooney's diabolical display at the latest England match, is a disgrace. The Football Association will be appealing against the three match ban, demanding a FIVE match ban instead. The Committee of the Football Association would like it be known, that it is just a shame they don't put Wayne Rooney in penal detention during the European tournament in 2012 as well, as that's just about the level Wayne Rooney is currently at."