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Monday, 26 March 2012

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Mancini's new job; Racing Camel Manager and David "Pratt" will be shovelling up their turds!

Assistant Man City trainer, David "Pratt", actually removed his head out of Manager Mancini's butt to play mind games with "mastermind", Sir Alex Ferguson.

David, in all of his innocence thought it would be a grand idea because having his head stuck up there didn't give him room to think clearly and the only time he actually could think was after "Big Boss" Mancini had eat a plate or two of imported Italian broad bean soup (no explanation necessary). It blew his mind!

Sir Alex is an absolute master of mind games and for David to be able to compete with him he would need all of the fresh air possible and it was not possible where he had his head normally stuck.

It was a pathetic attempt to beat the "Grand Master" so now he's gone back to where he belongs and "Pathetic Viera", who is an ex-Gooner, decided to take David's place in the contest.

Viera also failed miserably because he forgot that Sir Alex had a very dodgy "Bargy Argie" as his trump card and his his very own red-headed, ageing "Scallywag" as his ace.

David "Pratt" was last seen headless walking closely behind his Boss who was talking to an Arabian gentleman about the possibility of managing his prize team of racing camels. Camels are not known for having "squeaky bums" as they hit the final bend!

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