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Thursday, 24 March 2011

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England play the "sheep-shaggers" and the fans have a secret weapon, inflatable sheep!

England's game with the so-called "Sheep-Shaggers" the Welsh is certainly going to be a majestic "Battle of Britain" on Saturday.

St.David against Goliath or the Welsh fire breathing dragons against the "hot and cold blowing primadonnas" led by their present manager Capello better known as Signori Mussolini because he doesn't allow his primadonnas to play golf. Instead he locked the players in the hotel lobby and forced them to watch horror videos: Their World Cup campaign in South Africa, remember? Better not!

The St.David and his Welsh are convinced they will slaughter Goliath, but English fans have thought up a way of confusing the "Welsh Dragons" because they know of a certain Welsh Achilles heel, they love sheep-shagging?

Boyo's who roam the Welsh hills and valleys love to "hump" sheep it's a tradition and the English are bringing hundreds of inflatable sheep to the game.

Their plan is to release some sheep every time a Welsh attacker gets near the English penalty area knowing full well that the Welsh can't resist a lovely rear end of mutton, Boyo!

Giving the fading English a strategic advantage on the counter-attack, it was a famous Mussolini tactic in the war! (it failed miserably too).

Well at least Gareth Bale is injured giving the primadonnas of England at least a sniff of a chance, and certainly not a sniff of a sheep's bum!

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