Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Confusion in SW6 on #TransferDeadlineDay

Smoke on the Water. Fire in the Sky.
How Bob's agent could sell this story. 
In protest or preparation for the great treason a fire is burning in West London. This man made fire is spewing noxious chemicals into the West London air clouding minds to the great evil happening. Whilst to some it may seem just a normal transfer, considering the press rumblings, far more is at stake and we cannot rule out or in any connection or speculation at this stage as it is #TransferDeadlineDay

Karl Henry does what others only wish they could

The Great Twit Sir Joseph Barton has not denied involvement with the fire, however no one has thought of asking him except for Smiffy. Smiffy, who is still in mourning for his fallen Colonel and see's things as half empty, has suggested this may be part of QPR plan to replace Loftus Road. They have not ruled out blowing up South Africa Road to make way for more flats or possibly because chelski fans were reported in the area.
BBC Sources have led me to believe that this is a conspiracy by a secret society of Asian book makers, Scottish football pundits and referee lobbyists trying to deny England a fair chance in Europe.
Mark via text: "Re: Zamora to QPR. If he goes then England can wave goodbye to the Euros. I keep saying that until England have a Fulham player in the team we won't win anything - I give you George Cohen 1966. Unless of its part of Fabio's masterplan to recall Danny Murphy!"
Because today is a Double Monday, there are other possible theories which, like the Tevez case, centre around a possible translation error by administrative staff at the FA- a known side effect of using google. 

Agent Arsenal Bob has explained the mix up may be due Martin Jol receiving a Met Office fax predicting a BBQ winter. Panicked he immediately sanctioned the signing of Fulham Pog. Russian and  used to the cold, he could prove very useful for the month ahead.
I am awaiting to see how Billy Badger takes to Pog.

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