PFA Chief Gordon Taylor has been criticised for attempting to move the goalposts after he suggested the introduction of further nets around the pitch, in the wake of yesterdays dour Manchester derby.
Glorified shop-steward Taylor suggested the revolutionary introduction of netting at certain points around the pitch after there were only five goals, last minute drama and breathtaking entertainment at the Etihad stadium yesterday.
"With additional netting we can safeguard the entertainment element of the game" said Taylor. "People pay money to see goals and with additional netting, attached to another ooh four sets of goalposts we can ensure that there will be goals. All the time."
Critics of the child-like voiced Taylor have suggested it is a completely mental idea. Chelsea manager-seat warmer Rafael Benitez blasted back "I want to prepare my team for the game, that is all. More goals? No. No more goals. No way. Ariba."
Generic football pundit Hansen commented "Ahll tell ye there's no defence for Taylor, he's looking to ruin the bloody game here its just thinking outside the box for the sake of it, it'll never happen."
Taylor responded to Hansens comments excitedly, "That's a great idea! Players not being allowed to think outside of the box!"