Former England boss and ex Hull City midfield stalwart Steve "Ashby" Mclaren was today confirmed as the shop manager of Global Brands Globally's latest retail outlet, situated in the brand new recently opened state of the art St Stephens shopping development, Ferensway, Hull. Just next to where the trains dead end and the buses park up.
His place of work is just a John Terry hoof away from his new residence in Hull's upmarket marina district fast becoming the riviera of the north
Steve is said to be looking forward to this challenge and while he accepts he has no actual retail experience, he feels his initiative of taking walking pace football global on his cv did him no harm at all.
Walking pace football is now played in both West and South Yorkshire, it is also played by hill tribesman in the Peruvian Andes, despite Fifa's attempts to ban it from being played anywhere in the world below 10,000 feet above sea level. Aboriginals play walking pace football late into the day and there is a new version of walking pace football available on both playstation and X-box.
Global brands Globally whose business model includes sucking the bones dry out of an area before declaring bankruptcy have no connection whatsoever with any previous owners of Hull City Football Club.
Steve claimed with him at the helm and with the solid support of Global Brands Globally(TM) plc, people would come to realise that Hull is a top ten city with a well educated highly skilled and motivated workforce, mostly Polish