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Friday, 25 June 2010

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"Ze red vons for you, Capello!!"

England's last chance at going forward into the final 16 has finally been dashed in a very tense match at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, when the brave England players were 1 - 0 up at half time.

However, in the early parts of the second half, One of our men, Glen Johnson, was given a yellow card for no reason at all and video replays will show his entire innocence. On seeing such blatant misjudgement, Cabello flew off his seat, on to the pitch with nostrils flaring and fists waving everywhere, to shout at the referee, Willie Stark.

Stark, who is German and born in 1966 told In Seine News this evening of his account; "I voz votching ze game viz ze eyes of ze eagle and all I saw voz zis black guy in ze Englander shirt rolling like ze bowling ball under ze Slovenia player - it looked like ze foul to me so I gave him ze yellow card."

"Ze next thing I know is zis vild bull came waving his fists at me und zis man could not spranchenzy English. I recognised him as ze Englander coach Fabio Cappello because his glasses ver steamed up. I must admit zat I vas a bit frightened and so ze only zing I could do vas to give him ze red card because he had crossed ze line."

"Zis now means zat ze entire Englander football team are out of ze vorld cup and I vont to make it very clear zat zis has NUZZING to do viz being born in 1966."

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