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Wednesday, 9 September 2015

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A real waste of English space!

English soccer has been use to mediocrity over the last 45 odd years and the shining example of this habit is in the one and only, Wayne Rooney (who?)!

After breaking the English scoring record once held by a rather more talented, Sir Bobby Charlton, the English mediocre, sensation seeking tabloids are bubbling over with Rooney, Rooney, Rooney and I just puked!

Now based upon the fact that the English national team is total crap, have not won a dicky bird since breaking German hearts with a dodgy goal in 1966, it is obvious the English press, media, tabloids are clinging at anything this straws thrown at them, and Rooney fits the bill perfectly!

So all granny prostitutes and soccer bimbos who have nailed this multi-millionaire, overrated soccer player, it is your turn to cash in while the "iron is hot" and come out with the TRUTH!

Because turning this clown into a "soccer legend" is on the English agenda and before he's allowed to grab his non-rightful position alongside Sir Bobby, Sir Geoff, and even Becks, stop him in his tracks because he is an overpaid, pampered, undeserving pretender to the crown!

Sir Alf Ramsey will be turning in his grave observing what has become of his beloved England, and I'll turn with him at 300k a week!

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