Posted by sean on April 7, 2010 at 11:12 pm in Football with 1 Comment


I would like to make it clear that tonight was the first and only time I supported ‘The Germans’ in a football game… OK, I may have given them a little cheer last week when, like tonight, they played Manchester United; but after their fabulous victory this evening, that’s it… no more… I already feel a tad sick and dirty for my actions anyway – especially in a World Cup year.

I am now faced with a new dilemma… the semi final – Bayern Munich v Lyon – Germany v France. If ever there was a game where both teams could lose…

Whatever the outcome, I am sure both teams will not resort to stereotypical racism and hilarious hypocrisy like Alex Ferguson. The man’s a comical genius… someone should get him knighted or something.

“There is no doubt about it,” Ferguson told ITV when asked if the dismissal had changed the course of the game. “They were never getting through that tie, with 11 men we had no problem. The young boy showed a bit of inexperience, but they got him sent off, everyone sprinted towards the referee – typical Germans.

Proof the whiskey and chewing gum kills the memory…

One Response to Achtung!

  1. Goatman

    April 8, 2010 - 12:59 pm
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    I didn’t feel sick or dirty. ManU complaining about players surrounding the ref? They’ve been doing it since the early 90s! Viva Robben, Viva Bayern Munchen!

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