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Monday, 7 November 2011

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An unidentified man shouts, "On me head son"

Sex Discrimination loonies have pressured the government into banning this age old saying, citing it as "Anti woman".

Margo Mango, of the Town Women's Action Team Service, handed in a petition signed by 20,000 Zulu women to government officials at No 10 Downing Street last week. After careful review, the Minister for Equality and Mad lefty women's groups, gave it the go ahead to be voted in while all the male M.P.'s were playing snooker.

From today, any footballer, coach or manager using the term, "On me head son" will be prosecuted under the Sex Discrimination act. 1998.

FIFA have advised all league and non league teams to be on the watch out for women in boiler suits or dungarees hanging around football pitches with dictaphones in hand. All teams must now use the term.

"On me head person of equal gender capability".

Roy Hogwart, Manager of West Brom, was outraged by the news.

"I'm very angry, and will be writing a letter", he ranted.

Alf Poutney, Head coach of Parsons Green Catholic AFC, Spoke out.

"Bunch of fukin lentil eating dykes who wouldn't know one end of a football pitch from the other, except when they cut the grass. quite good at that they are. Well, our lesbian grounds person is".

Man United's latest signing, Emilou Hestafanstand was asked how this change might affect his game here in the UK.

"Methas nonpasa et fandido fukin liberty peritos mento al".

FIFA will be asking for a review, no doubt.

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