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Tuesday, 1 May 2012

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Breaking News in Manchester's "Football Heaven" ManU; Is that Sir Alex Herbison has had enough of football and offered his team to "that Count", Roberto Mancinini.(the Scottish dialect is hard to understand

He said; during an exclusive interview with ex footy legend and Potato Baron; Lord Harry Spinnaker, "After watching the new Walkers Crisp advertisement, I can see there is more to life than just football"

His team of aging has beens have imploded anyway; due to too many last minute goals being disallowed by Herbie's (ex)buddy, clan of nouveau riche millionare Refs.

A Referee spokesman said that the "Bungman Rule" so diligently adhered to by visiting Refs to "Old Bafford" was being abused by some Refs who would not accept their "take".

It seems offers from The Mancanini Mafia to pay for hospital treatment every time ManU won games they were refereeing; were being taken seriously.

Lord Spinneker thought they indicated they were sailing "too close to the wind" and as one ref agreeing said "they knew their boat had come in when Herbie took over ManU but recently it was being described as like getting free tickets on the Titanic after you had seen the film."

The New Team is thought to be called AC Mancanini as the English, Italian, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese Leagues; were to be taken over by Serie: A EUFAmism with the top 60 European teams making up three tiers within the league all other national lower league teams were to be disbanded as they had always been a drain on finances.

Owners of these teams would be allowed; through subscription to a "Crisp Fund" managed by Lord Harry Spinneker who said his time with the Japanese Mafia (Yakusa) was very educational and probably explained why the little finger of his left hand was missing.

Trips to Japan were being organized for European Refs to be brought up to date with the news rules.

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