By the Hairy Fadjeetas manager
PROTESTS have flooded into the homely surrounds of Kenna HQ following calls for a cull of managers.
The deluge comes after it had been suggested in some quarters that team bosses are more interested in lifting shirts than silverware. Saturday saw the poorest turnout at a Kenna transfer window in years.
Leading the outcry is a battered and bruised Still Don’t Know Yet manager.
Speaking through an electrolarynx he said: “It was a Friday night drinking injury that caused my Kenna non-attendance, not a lack of commitment. I’ve got a big fat lip and a face that has swollen out of all proportions.”
Saying that he “probably fell” and that the night was a “bit blank”, the SDKY chief, who has had well-publicised disagreements with Kenna hierarchy in the past, added: “The timing is a bit too convenient if you ask me. It looks like some kind of Kenna dirty tricks campaign to keep me from the title.”
SDKY currently occupy 17th position in the league table, just four places above the relegation zone.
Kenna HQ indicated managers failing to attend the February transfer window could be subject to increased entry fees next season.