The World Cup in Brazil has been cancelled after officials didn't want the Cup games to be linked with promoting the image of stroppy forward Robinho. Instead, they're coming to a place which loves football as much as Gordon Brown loves David Cameron: Wales.
Following a successful Ryder Cup, the English F.A. backed the moves in the hopes of finally winning something. Spokesperson for the F.A., Mr. Immachav, promoted this appointment happily:
"We at Wales have got it all. Admittedly, we're going to have to take down all the rugby posts, but it doesn't matter. We can offer free Welsh lessons to people, and even give them daffodils!"
"As for our opening ceremony, we thought we'd give everyone a nice bit of scones and cream, and then we can all sing classical songs around the campfire,"
Welsh stadiums are also thought to be up to standard, as soon as the blood has been cleared from the sides as there's no such thing as a Welsh referee.
The only thing Wales are lacking now is a squad to play.