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Thursday, 5 June 2008

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Trinidad And Tobago Players Had Three Lines Before The Game

Fabio Capello, who is an Italian and comes from a country that has been proven to cheat, dive, play-act, bribe referee's and endless other corruption rackets, has been cleared by FIFA for cheating.

The calls for the 'nothing' game in The Port Of Spain to be given a 'B' class International centred on Capello fielding 7 subs instead of the mandatory 6. This was proved to be a 'mistake' by the ref, who drove away from the Footballing Farce in a Brand New Bentley.

Capello was said to be relieved England miraculously won with such a 'shitty' squad and that no charges were brought, but immediately paid respect to Trinidad and Tobago for managing to put together a team which consisted of waiters, beach buggy drivers and drug dealers.

"It had to be a class 'A' game, heck there was no grass on the pitch because de smoked de dam lot man", a FIFA spokesman claimed.

The Trinidad and Tobago FA seen a 3-0 defeat as a moral victory, with some 'T and T' players just happy to grace the same pitch as Dean Ashton. Their Official BEBO page has declared the start of June as a National Holiday.

The BBC, who actually paid licence payers money to screen the Trinidad and Tobago versus England kickabout are expected to face heavy criticism in this weeks Points Of View.

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