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Manchester United Fans Begin To Revolt?

Manchester United Fans Begin To Revolt?


Vital Manchester City newbie, BLOOMOON sent us the following...

Whilst walking the dog yesterday morning I was absolutely flabbergasted at the headlines blazoned across the Manchester Evening News sandwich board outside my local newsagents...ROONEY VOWS TO FILL CRISTIANO HOLE.

The words screamed in big bold letters - well talk about coming out in public? If Wayne wanted to make Cristiano's eyes water he should surely of let him know how he felt when they were at the same club. 'He's moved on now Wayne, it may be too late,' I said to myself.

But on an even more serious development for the mighty reds could be the current trend of invading the pitch, possibly in an effort to vent their anger at the manager, (as we all witnessed at Carrow Road recently). It must be a matter of time before Japanese tourists are so disgruntled at being two down at half time they have decided to trespass onto the Swamp.

Picture the scene if you will...the disgruntled tourists come tearing towards a clearly terrified Fergie with camcorders swinging madly around their necks. They start to berate him in their native tongue, then finally hundreds proceed to hurl their passports at the great man. In my opinion this could be the tip of the iceberg!

As far as the Stretford based outfit are concerned what about the vast majority of the Man Utd fan base who have only just discovered Manchester (since the invention of the sat nav?) What are they to do in order to show how they feel?

All over the country grown men will be pulling the cards from their Sky plus box receivers while running into the kitchen and screaming at their wives, 'they are not fit to wear the shirt.' Other men will send strongly worded letters to Sky TV complaining they didn't pay £50 a month to see their team lose, then demand the director and scriptwriter are fired.

Immediately, I know you'll be thinking this sounds far fetched to be true but you never know.

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Writer:BLOOMOON
Date:Wednesday August 12 2009
Time: 9:11AM

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I have always known that United fans are revolting.
jackblue
12/08/2009 09:41:00
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Love it. More please Bloomoon
greyhound
12/08/2009 09:50:00
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Did Rooney say that on Sackville Street? Er, I'll get me coat.
Johnny Baguette
12/08/2009 10:33:00
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ha ha nice one johnny b!!! :D :D :D :D
mcfcirish
12/08/2009 11:03:00
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No jackblue, the peasants are revolting (which essentially amounts to the same thing)
BlueWolfie
12/08/2009 11:26:00
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i've always thought the rag fans are revolting and un-educated numpties anyway.... rooney is just your typical scouser and after becks mantra of being the local team idiot....
cityman51
12/08/2009 14:19:00
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I read that about Rooney,what was Taggarts answer, yep, he went out and got himself a new striker. Way to go Wayne, your boss is right behind you on that one son.
Buzz Lightyear
12/08/2009 15:08:00
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That was gold BLOOMOON. Keep up the good work mate. I can just see it now, all those bandwagon jumpers seeing the news headlines (as they never watch a match) of another rags defeat and yelling out something like...C'mon why isn't Beckham scoring more goals, who's that bloke on the sidelines crying, the one with the really red face?
bluesnozza
14/08/2009 08:47:00
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