England football manager Steve McClaren is to draft in some of the players from of the England Women's Team after their stunning 6-1 victory over Argentina in the Female World Cup in China.
One of the players the England boss is looking at closely, is strapping centre-forward Kelly Smith, who netted twice against Argentina, and who also has large bosoms.
Also on his list are striker Rachel Yankey, midfielder Vicky Exley and defender Rachel Unitt, who is a real munter.
McClaren has no need to call up any of the women after his side performed well in recent games against Israel and Russia, but feels that "a laugh" is what his players now need to carry them through the final Euro 2008 qualification stages.
The women will now go into the quarter-final stages with extra confidence after beating the Argies, and will be buoyed by the fact that several of their squad might play alongside the men in the 'real game'.
McClaren said on the England website:
"I like women's football. It's great to see all those oomlaaters bouncing up and down and over their shoulders, and, of course, it gives them a well-deserved break from all those thankless mundane tasks like washing and ironing."