The day football died

April 18, 2010

 

The world of football was plunged into mourning today as the most beautiful team the world has ever seen was robbed of silverware for yet another season. They couldn’t even rely on their productive relationship with referee Lee Mason who ignored Sol Campbell (again) kicking Wigan’s Figueroa in the stomach, Abou Diaby (again) kicking some irrelevant Wigan clogger in the head without a booking, Bacary Sagna’s repeated rugby tackles on anybody with the temerity to get past him, Samir Nasri’s blatant tug on Ben Watson in the penalty area and so on.

If this farce is not to be repeated next season, then players must be protected from the heavy challenges of teams like Arsenal, I mean Wigan. Stoke. Bolton. Whoever.

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