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Sunday, 8 June 2008

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Organisers of the festival of diving, Soccer Mum 2008 today said they were pleased to announce they had officially endorsed the Ten German Bombers song as their anthem for the duration of the tournament. The song itself is said to be popular all over Europe and is the only song that could possibly unite all European nations as one, in their dislike and total contempt for the Germans.

Bookmakers have the Ten German Bombers song odds on to win this years eurovision song contest. Mainly because it has been entered by nine separate countries. It is unclear which version will come out on top but the English version usually sang by a choir of up to 60,000 voices will not be heard at Soccer Mum 2008.

At the tournament itself Poland are hoping to do well in the street singing while the Germans out there claimed to be there "just to watch football." A full scale invasion is thought unlikely even if Germany do reach the final as they are thought not to be into that kind of thing these days. The Germans who were badly beaten every time they tried to sing at the tournament they hosted two years ago are not thought to like the song much.

The song which is topping charts in every country in the world except for Italy is available in record shops all over Europe and viewable on websites such as youspoof

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