London,England/ Soccer Pillow Talk and other Bollocks - Soccer fans gathered round the tellies of neighbourhood pubs last night to catch the late breaking news, and soccer exclusive, detailing the Colony's Most Listened to Talk Show Host's bid to buy Leeds United, and save the financially strapped club.
Breaking the news was ESPN's hot new 'under the cover' reporters, and commentators, the perkily nipped nubile nudie, Erin Andrews, and the popular Mope from Manchester, opinionated Man U Groupie, Skoob 1999.
Since the dynamic Pair, and Skoob, made their debut on "Late Night Soccer in the Colonies' appearing only in Franchised Pubs in the US, and now gaining a foothold in the UK, Futbol Fanaticism, mixed with a wee bit of Foot Fetishism, has the sport, and the hosts, climbing the popularity charts.
Limbaugh, who recently gave up in disgust trying to buy into an NFL team after being trashed by ACORN, Al Sharpton, and the Jackson 2 (Jr. & Sr.), said he was drawn to soccer, and especially Leeds United, after catching Skoob and Erin on several shows.
"I like their style, " the opinionated conservative said. "They're definitely 'the tits' as far as futbol reporting goes, and that Skoob's got some balls on 'em too!"
In an insightful analysis, Erin said Limbaugh's purchase of the team would be the best thing for the Club, and England as well. Reporting on a closed door meeting with the Media Tycoon, Andrews said Limbaugh was prepared to spend $25B for a new outdoor domed stadium seating 250,000 in order to bring the World Cup 'home', a tremendous show of faith on the behalf of 'a very distant cousin'.
Talking about the team itself, Skoob said Leeds 'was indeed in need of a right winger to balance their attack down the pitch...their offense has been off balance since most of the lineup consists of 'aging amputees' or mokes that play like they've got one leg tied behind their back!"
An attorney said financing would not be a problem, and unlike recent allegations of 'mystery financing' surfacing concerning Leeds United ownership, the deal would be 'strictly cash'!
PM Gordon Brown, presiding over Britain's recent "Going Out of Business" sale, said "I'm all for it....I can really see the future now....clearly!
Limbaugh, ever gracious for the PM's support pledged to donate a sideline box for the soon to be former Prime Minister so he could see first hand, "What the F****s going on in front of him!"