Writer: Johnny Baguette
Date:Sunday September 20 2009
Nevermind Javier Garrido copping for a Tevez bound thrown coin at the swamp today. The hacks are focusing on Craig Bellamy alledgedly thumping a rag pitch invader...
No doubt an ideal opportunity for the pisspoor Football Association to turn a blind eye to the latest Old Trafford Extra Time disgrace and ensure the precedents they have set this past week are upheld.
Arsenal's Robin van Persie was 'reminded of his responsibilities' for dementedly swearing at City fans in his goal celebration last week.
For Adebayor, the case still continues as the campaign for him to be banned for his own goal celebration was gobsmackingly backed this weekend by Barcelona's Thierry Henry who history serves, has some gall...
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Meanwhile, not one hack or pundit has dared to question Sir Alex Ferguson openly joking with today's fourth official Alan Wiley whilst pointing to his watch after the rags fourth goal so the FA needn't worry about that one, either.
Considering the above and the relentless sanitisation of this game, then Bellamy, who has been an absolute revelation in Sky Blue with his speed, passion and never say die attitude is sure to be facing a 'Fleet Street' firing squad. Manchester united are a far bigger Big Four fish than Arsenal and legions of their fans will already be typing complaints to the FA from their planes, trains and automobiles throughout the night.
No doubt expecting the next get City witch hunt, Mark Hughes has already spoken out:
'I did not see it but the guy should not have been on the pitch. That is not acceptable. I seem to recall Brian Clough clipping someone around the ear and he was lauded as a national hero. Maybe it will be the same case with Craig but I doubt it.
'I'm sure people will make a nuisance about it.'
Sparky went on to confirm that Garrido is unharmed. 'Something came from the crowd but he is okay.'
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Date:Sunday September 20 2009
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