Wednesday, 28 July 2010

A Manchester City Joke

A man goes into a pub in Manchester with an alligator under his arm.
"Do you serve City fans in here?" He asks.
"Certainly sir, no problem at all," replies the barman, nervously staring at the alligator.
"Okay," says the man, "a pint of lager for me and a City fan for the alligator."

Red Bull X Fighters

They're back, putting our pampered, overpaid, poncey footballers to shame:

Barclays Premier League 2010

So the pampered, overpaid, talentless ponces have slunk back into the country after a shocking World Cup. No sooner are they back than the likes of United, Chelsea and even smaller clubs like Manchester City are off on money making tours playing pre-season friendlies on other continents. Then, before you know it, managers will be whining about playing too much football. Bollocks!

Professional clubs in this country have shafted fans for far too long, and the fans have just lay there and taken it. Just take a look at things in an objective way. Is what you pay for a game really value for money? Do you really find the Premier League as attractive and exciting as its publicity people make it out to be? Are you happy being policed as if you were a dangerous convict rather than a spectator at a sporting event? Do you actually feel a part of your football club or do you feel like a customer at a great, impersonal corporation?

Make a stand this year and boycott professional football. Hitting them in their pockets is the only way to make a difference.