Relegation fears haunt Hull City

Written by wonka

Saturday, 25 October 2008

Despite another lucky win today, relegation fears continue to haunt Premier League newcomers Hull City.

Doubts continue to dog the Northern club as they stand precariously at the top of the league.
One premier league manager, Oneday (Yule) Ramus said, these Northern clubs with there lack of money and hard working players go against everything that the premier league stands for, and should have 15 points deducted immediately.

However support for the Tigers came from an unlikely source in the person of Joe Kinnear who was quoted today as saying 'I'd love it if you beat them next week'

In an unconfirmed story several London clubs have announced their intention to split up due to 'football similarities'.

Most Hull City fans however are optimistic, if the ferry's still running we'll be back in Europe next year.

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

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