Former Millwall & Arsenal Legend Peter Theo For Chelsea Top Job

Wednesday, 26 September 2007

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Terry "I wrote my resignation letter until I heard Peter Theo was coming to Chelsea"

Greece, Hellenic Republic, September 26, 2007 -- Unconfirmed rumors have Peter Theo on the list of candidates to take over the reigns at Chelsea FC after the sudden departure of Jose Mourinho.

Peter Theo is a former Millwall (unconfirmed) and Arsenal (unconfirmed) player who has become a property tycoon (unconfirmed). In the past few weeks, Theo failed in a bid to purchase football club AEL Limassol of Cyprus, reasons are still as yet not known for why the deal fell through. Sources from Cyprus say that during negotiations, Roman Abramovic, who is the owner of Chelsea FC, is investing heavily in Cyprus property and the two may have crossed paths which has now led to rumors of meetings and secret talks.

It would appear that to poor start to Avram Grant's career has already sealed his fate, and with 'heavyweights' like Peter Theo around, its only a question of 'if', not 'when', Theo makes his English football return to the delight of many Millwall and Arsenal fans.

Peter Theo is best known for his charitable work with fellow Pukka Pie lover, John Prescott, the pair have been seen togther on many occasions at the UN.

Peter Theo is also the footballer who's career ended prematurely due to a pie related knee injury, however, since then, he has gained respect from the footballing world for his wikipedia entry (marked for deletion due to minor fabrications of a football career).

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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