If Premier League Team Names Were Based On Their Logos
So judging from the recent news Euro 2012 is becoming (more of) a fiasco for the England national team, with Woy making nonsensical picks, players like Carrick and Richards (with some justification) taking their ball and going home, everyone conveniently getting injured and now some hulabaloo with regards to Rio throwing a hissy fit after being passed over because Woy selected Kelly to replace Cahill, and Kelly isn’t even a CB! I have zero sympathy for Woy because he just had to pick EBJT, and everything around that asswipe has to be a man-management nightmare.
Of course all this is small news compared to Henderson, Downing, Gerrard, Carroll, G.Johnson and now Kelly being swept into the final squad. This led to two competing hilarious theories currently being circulated.
- The England manager is a complete wuss that lost his pair and is placating the rabid RAWK crowd by picking as many (non)-performing Pool players as possible
- He’s actually a vindictive genius and is planning to both tire and demoralize the Pool squad after an exhausting, humiliating and fruitless Euro campaign.
In the first theory he’s wasting his time since there’s very little overlap between a Little Englander national team fan and a rabid YNWA cultist. It’s doubly pointless especially because he had the temerity to replace the Fat Spanish Waiter, which is practically almost a death sentence on the Anfield terraces. As for the second theory, that would mean he doesn’t mind them hating him even MORE at the expense of scuppering his ricebowl. Either way, it’s a comedy and we should enjoy it while we can, because the media have their knives ready for poor befuddled Woy.
Yup, this is the best one I could find on short notice. Though it must be said that “I bet Abramovich must have been squirming in cum” has a certain cachet to it.
Klan King Kenny Dalglish delivered this stunning piece of reasoning last week in his usual amiable interview(s) before the Swansea game:
Also financially, the figures that are bandied about, to me, don’t match up with the balance sheet that came out a couple of weeks ago. It said in July 2011 that there was a Â£40m deficit in transfers but since then we have sold Â£17m worth of players. Raul [Meireles] went for Â£12m and David Ngog went to Bolton for Â£5m. To me that brings it down to Â£23m, so that’s not a bad spend is it? That must be official figures. It is the balance sheet. I don’t think it’s too bad.
Did someone break it gently to the imbecile you’re supposed to look at BOTH columns of a ledger? Did Torres spring forth from the Pool academy system like a Scouse Minerva from the thick skull of the halfwit ZZZeus? Or did they pay five farthings for his services to Atletico? Maybe they’re preparing their own net spend statement in support right now. With such an insane figurehead, no wonder the RAWK brigade is such a lovable lot.
Ah hindsight, that most MAGIKAL of things:
â€œWe have the ability and I think Liverpool certainly should be aiming to finish among the Champions League places. Then there is always that dream, a little dream, about actually winning the Premier League.
â€œMaybe not playing in the Europa League this year will really help us. We will be able to focus on the league and on getting as high up the table as possible.â€
It was a most satisfying year in the English Kit Deal Premier League though. As well as the But We Hit a Lot of Woodwork! League.