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Monday, 14 June 2010

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Charitable Germany decide enough is enough, retire unbeaten and give the rest a chance, most honourable Mein Herr!

In an unprecedented charitable gesture, the German National footy team have decided to withdraw form the World Cup and give the rest a chance.

After thrashing "new world wannabees" Australia last night the Germans feeling very charitable have decided to quit.

They are staying in South Africa and will be organising a Shanty Town tournament for those "muy pobres" who cant even afford a Nike shirt, very charitable and honourable!

When asked why they are withdrawing a German spokesman, Lothar McMattheus-Klinsmann said:

"ve ze German nation have become a charitable country, ve give Greece 160 billion, make ze best autos, Mercedes & BMW and now ve vant to give something to ze real South Africa."

"Vinning ze Vorld Cup is no problem, but ve also feel very sorry for our good friends and old enemies, England and the US zey were pathetic, so ve vant to give dem a chance too."

A most honourable and charitable gesture!

The rest of the participants are over the moon about this decision, at least they have a chance now and England replied to the Germans;

"Dankeschoen you are wunderbar but we need more than a f*****g German withdrawal to win anything, we need our own HAND OF GOD!

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