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Saturday, 25 June 2016

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The new manager and co-manager of Arsenal FC! At least they only lost once in Europe!

Ex-UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, has been offered to take over the reigns at Arsenal FC and replace their present French manager, and perennial loser, Arsene Wenger!

Arsenal, used to imploding season after season under Wenger's rule, find Cameron a suitable replacement because he is full of hot air, blows hot and cold, doesn't know how to win anything, and the main reason is; Cameron has only been blown away once in Europe, Wenger does it every February!

Because nobody really wants to take over Wenger's loser legacy, and Cameron is a complete and utter clown, the Arsenal board seem to believe David can work wonders and actually achieve success in Europe because he knows how to get special deals and could manipulate the UEFA into believing that Arsenal at last deserve to reach the semi-final of the Champions League instead of being booted out annually in the last 16 or quarter finals!

Arsene Wenger has been so courteous as not apply for Cameron's job because he believes the English are "merde", cannot play football and would never play English players in his team. In addition, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage are much better candidates to lead the UK forward into a futuristic dark abyss and are even bigger losers than himself! Sacre bleu!

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