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Saturday, 10 July 2010

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No champagne for World Cup Final

The World Cup final between Spain and Holland is predicted to be a disaster by none other than Mystic Meg.

Meg sees the Referee as the man responsible - showing so many red cards the game becomes a farce. 'His view' says Meg 'is that footballers who foul badly should get a red card, as should those faking injury.'

'This revolutionary prediction from a seer who seldom, if ever, gets her predictions wrong has upset FIFA, who are consulting experts on how many players are needed on the pitch before a game is abandoned.

'To abandon the World Cup' said FIFA overlord, Slap Batter 'would upset the millions of Television viewers throughout the world. We cannot allow this to happen.'

The Referee union is blowing the whistle. 'This interference questioning our professional judgement cannot be tolerated.'

It is thought Germany will be offered the World cup should the final be abandoned. However as England's second goal against Germany did not stand, FIFA in a payback to the Referee Union is demanding that 2-2 should be the score for that match, This leaves England with a fighting chance in the Penalty shoot out for the World Cup.

A difficulty has arisen as England's players are all over the world on holiday trying to forget the world cup like the rest of the country.

What to do? Send your solution to Slap Batter! I vote England should get the World Cup for being the most sporting team in the tournament.

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