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Monday, 16 May 2011

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A real F A cup according to the BNP

The unseated members of the BNP who lost in the recent local elections have claimed that had they not been voted out of office, Stoke City Football Club would have won the F A Cup against Manchester City.

Leader of the group, Noel Himmler said that the people of Stoke have only themselves to blame.

He said that by not re-electing the five BNP councillors back to the council, this had resulted directly in Stoke City being beaten 1-0 by Manchester City.

"Not being elected meant we lost our mandate to intimidate a fellow British city, and we could have built up a momentum to the point where we could so easily have won."

He went on to say that being so much in debt, the BNP couldn't afford to intimidate people in their own time, even if some of the Manchester City players weren't born in Manchester, so Stoke City lost a great opportunity and only have themselves to blame.

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