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Wednesday, 18 May 2011

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The FA have charged Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini with being too handsome.

Football Association supremo Arthur Slaphead-Mason claims the dashing Italian is bringing the English game into disrepute.

"There are too many pretty boys running Premier League clubs and they are undermining our traditional values""

The strutting clothes horse Mancini is not the only foreigner to be bought to task.

Swarthy Wigan Athletic dago Roberto Martinez is also expected to be hauled before the FA bigwigs.

FA officials are also demanding a ban on managers called Roberto being allowed to appear on television.

Concerns that not enough traditionally ugly English managers are getting high profile jobs are spreading around the dark corridors of Wembley.

FA spokesperson Harold Bigbollocks argues that the influx of suave lotharios, whose only qualification is that they are easy on the eye, is attracting too many women to the game.

"These cocky wops are bad role models and they are sending out the wrong message to all the young English bosses who are struggling to put on their coaching badges"

The charges against the Iti will be heard by a secret four man FA disciplinary committee which includes 'Big'Sam Allardyce(2), Iain 'beast' Dowie and Gary 'spotty' Neville.

Mancini has 14 days to appeal, but if found guilty he can expect to have his face rearranged in the style of Ian Rush and be sent to Avram Grant's tailor.

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