Disgruntled soccer mavens disgusted with their countries' performance in the recent World Cup competition after being totally dominated by a committed German Team, have called a Soccer Summit with Nigeria's President "Goodluck Johnson" to discuss pulling out of Future World Cup Competition.
"They'll be no peace in our time till the Huns are reigned in," said a laughing Ashley Cole, as he was seen ready to depart on a private jet to a yet undisclosed island hide away to 'rest up.'
The Brits have just lost their sponsor to the tune of $30M a year in a real cock up, as the powers that be turned down a 4 year deal prior to the competition anticipating an even bigger pay day when their dysfunctional team of shaggers, bar room brawlers, and selfish , petulant children were expected to at least reach the semi finals.
France became completely unravelled with lack of discipline and outright disrespect not only to their coach, but to the country that was sponsoring them, leading President Sarkozy to contemplate reversing his ban on burkas and forcing the players to wear them in shame as they deplaned on their arrival back in Paris.
Italy was also shocked and disgraced, with most players said to be seeking asylum in Ireland afraid that after winning the last Cup, they would be hung by their heels in Vatican Square.
And power house Argentina was also dismantled by the well oiled German Striking Force 4-0 leaving their fabled player and coach shell shocked and
running for the bunkers in disbelief.
New Lib/Dem coalition of the conjoined twins Clegg & Cameron didn't immediately discredit the notion of abandoning soccer in view of the nation's huge spending deficit and uncontrolled welfare benefits throwing money around to dishonest MP's, uninvited guests, and just plain lazy yobs and unmarried female breeding machines. "I believe there's some savings to be realized there,' said Cameron when he was interviewed at Wimbledon over the weekend.
Many Brits, as well as fans from other countries, said they would welcome the return of football to amateur status where the spirit of he game was the thing that drove competitors to excel.
Unfortunately, at least in Britain, that may not happen for several generations as competitive games have been outlawed for sometime now, due to the
influence of EU Human Rights and Health & Safety mandates which preclude anyone from being labeled as a 'LOSER' in school sports.
Said Wayne Rooney when told of the possible soccer suspension, " Well mate, we may be LOSERS, but we sure are fookin' rich, ain't we!"