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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

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France's Navy have been ordered to surrender, to prevent their warships siding with the Vichy French Football team!

Chumps Elysee, Paris: In events that bear all the hallmarks of another Revolution in France to start the next Republic, the strike of the French National Football team has placed President Sarkastikozy before the guillotine.

Air traffic controllers will strike and the channel ports will close to try and prevent the French National Team from returning to the sacred soil of France.

Calls for the whole French National Football team to be banished to Devils Island, to start a new life, as they have been branded "Vichy France". As the French have previous for running and hiding when they have to fight, the President Sarkastikozy is distancing himself from "Vichy France".

There is now a good chance that truck drivers will close all roads around Paris and start the 'ritual' burning of sheep in protest.

President Sarkastikozy ordered his sports minister Roselyne Bachelot to 'sort out' (behead) the key people involved in the bitter row, which has threatened their World Cup chances.

Vichy France Football have made the once-proud national team a laughing stock around the globe after they went on 'strike' in support of Anelka at training on Sunday, 20th June 2010.

The facilities at Devils Island are now being prepared for Vichy France Football.

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