Barnsley - Hull City Tigers have been put to a challenge football match by a Dozen Yorkshire Puddings from Barnsley.
The Twelve Puddings believe that the Hull Tigers are soft and can be easily had, "They are not Premier League in our books . . . We'll show them who the better football club is that's for sure."
Tigers' boss Phil Brown says that the Puddings are even softer and likely to be squashed with the first hard pass that comes their way.
"Not much chance of them heading the ball either, the way I see it."
"While we may not have a history of Premiership, I can tell you the Tigers will always uphold the rules of the game to the highest standard. Regardless of the Puddings rubbishing us, we'll not bend the rules by allowing twelve players on the field."
Peter Wentworth, the baker from Barnsley who made the puddings, takes no stock in Brown's excuse for not playing the challenge match.
"The Tigers are afraid of losing to a bunch of Puddings and are running scared. They are just trying to tie us up on a technicality. I would not be much of a baker if I split up the Dozen Puddings!"
"No wonder Windass wants a transfer"
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