Van de Sar drops his balls and Man Utd lose their "balls"!

Written by Jaggedone

Sunday, 17 October 2010

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Scouser sickness called "Roonism" is spreading at Man Utd and everybody is losing their "balls"

The "losing balls" disease around Man Utd grows and grows as they go from one blunder to another all caused by the "Roonism Syndrome", an incurable sickness which is spreading like the plague!

Everybody surrounded by Rooney has symptons and now they have even spread to the final bastion of self-confidence and security, Mijnheer Van de Sar.

He dropped his balls with impunity against West Bromwich Albion (who?) yesterday proving that 'Roonism' can attack even the strongest and senior surgeon, Professor Sir Fergy, doesn't know what the fuck too do about it.

Sir Alex attempted partial surgery by cutting a bit of "Roonism" out, but the sickness still spread because he was sitting on the bench and the TV cameras and reporters were more interested in Rooney than the game.

Before Man U completely lose their "balls" Sir Alex must undertake a radical operation and send the "Scouse Scoundrel" packing towards Espana, maybe "The Chosen One" can cure "Roonism" (nobody else seems to be able too).

As for Edwin, the Dutch Master, he's just entered rehab here in Holland which, entails a cure of smoking 5 joints a day, he'll be fine till Wednesday!

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