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Sunday, 6 February 2011

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A lamb in Wolves clothing!

It was proven yesterday that just because you are a spoilt multi-millionaire footy player playing for the biggest club in the world means not a lot when you enter the den of a pack of hungry "Wolves".

In fact if you enter with the attitude of a flock of lambs you will be devoured and the prize, fat lamb will be hunted first, I think his name was Rooney (did he actually play?).

The ravaging Wolves surrounded their sacrificial lambs for 90 minutes, hunting, foraging, chasing and ultimately destroying the reputation and unbeaten run of the "Primadona's"!

Last in the table against the unbeaten Nr 1, a story of two worlds clashing and the desperate outsider did everything necessary to cause the sensation: Hunting in packs, targeting the fattest first, ripping out the heart of the opponent and ultimately, devouring him!

Even the cagiest of wise old fox's, Sir Alex, had no hidden trump in his pocket whilst watching his over-paid, sacrificial lambs being scattered, separated, disorganised and defeated, it was a humility, but a richly deserved feast for the hungry Wolves under their greying leader.

Fairy Tales are what this result was made of as the 11 fat lambs were lead to the slaughter by a pack of hungry Wolves with nothing to lose except their pride: Man Utd players had none of that yesterday, especially their prized "sheep-shagger" called Rooney!

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