England football team in catch phrase shenanigans

Funny story written by Proffitt

Monday, 21 June 2010

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After Wayne Rooney's rant at the TV cameras evidence shows the whole England team have a wager on who can say the most catch phrases on TV.

We understand Rooney is in the lead after Friday when he was heard to say at the end of the game 'Nice to see,' which is the Bruce Forsythe - 'Nice to see ya, see ya nice' favourite and during the game he kept shouting 'I'm free,' from John Inman in Are You Being Served and when asked how he felt about the fans booing him he popped in 'Am I bovered' belonging to Catherine Tate! He was even heard to say the Bart Simpson classic - 'Eat my shorts,' to someone in the crowd.

Other phrases heard during the last few weeks are: David Beckham with 'I don't believe it,' belonging to Victor Meldrew, Emile Heskey because nobody passes to him with 'Is it cos I is black,' from Ali G and Scouser Stephen Gerard with 'Calm down, calm down.'

Even the manager Capello is in on the bet with his contribution 'I know nothing' belonging to Manuel from Faulty Towers!

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