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Friday, 9 July 2010

Premier League official Howard Webb has been chosen to referee Sunday's World Cup final between Netherlands and Spain in Johannesburg, Fifa has confirmed.

However, following the recent outrage in which a clear England goal was disallowed, Fifa have agreed that Webb has access to electronic wizardry to support his decision making powers. He is currently on a flight from Cape Town to London Heathrow, from where he will be take the Piccadilly line to Hounslow East, grab a quick Costa coffee then hop on a bus to Uxbridge Shopping Centre where he will sit in Currys Digital to officiate.

'This makes perfect sense' stated Mr Webb, 'at least I'll have a clue as to what's happening. None of that running up and down the pitch it was doing my head in'.

A spokesman for Currys Digital (motto-'our staff know bugger all') disputed the claim that this was a publicity stunt, although he added that the Sony 42 inch x15c model was currently on sale.

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