Break-a-leg Dutch expert De Jong has been banned from entering Holland!

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Tuesday, 5 October 2010


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Nigel De Jongs favourite pose, Kung Fu break a leg, nasty aaagh!

Nigel De Jong the controversial break-a-leg expert and Kung Fu copy-cat Eric fan has been refused entry into his home country and had his Dutch passport confiscated.

The Dutch infamous politician, Mijnheer Geert Wilders (who at this moment is also being judged because of his "over-the top" behaviour) asked his Dutch government colleagues to ban Nigel from entering the country because Geert is too busy doing other things at the moment.

The reasons for this unique act are:

Mijnheer Wilders is not paticularly fond of Muslims and rather darker coloured people destroying the reputation of his precious, tolerant (?) Holland.

"Nigel De Jong is a persistent leg-breaker, kung fu kicker, he has disgraced Hollands excellent international reputation (especially their coffee shops) and quite frankly has no right to represent Holland anymore or even enter the 'Promised Land'," Geert quoted between being third-degreed by a set of very tolerant (?) judges in Amsterdam.

Nigel has complained to the Dutch National trainer Mijnheer Marwijk but was told to "f**k off" (in double-Dutch), stay in his luxury Tudor replica house in Manchester until Mijnheer Wilders is aquitted and then talk about it when Geert's in a better mood.

Sport and politics should never cross swords, but in such a small country like Holland the two cannot be seperated especially when their exported super-stars are acting like some of the people who support them, Footy Hooligans!

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