Peeping through the window
Jermaine Defoe and Louis Saha playing
paper, scissors, stone to see who’ll stay at PSV Mornington.
Vedran Corluka’s personal belongings being thrown out of a first-floor, terraced-house window by a teary-eyed
Polonia Forsyth boss.
Andrey Asharvin in a cravat and smoking jacket telling the
Hairy Fadjeetas gaffer “I go Mother Russia where make small tax and cheap car insurance”.
Just some of the footage we’d like to bring you today ahead of 12pm’s transfer submission deadline.
Instead, it’s the picture of the half-dressed girl with the developed quad again.
And Jim White making a rac1st slip of the tongue on live television.
“If you want to do business on Friday night send in your unwanted players by 12pm, otherwise you won’t be doing any business on Friday night,” said the Chairman while mixing cement in a disused warehouse.
Final group standings
Like Paul Daniels’ circular saw, the Canesten Combi Cup group stages almost ended the magic.
Seven of the eight teams to qualify for the quarter finals are in riding high in the top half of the league.
It was left to
Hairy Fadjeetas to tear up the form book and represent the bottom half.
Despite losing their final group game to
Vasco De Beauvoir, Fadjeetas edged through by a whisker on goal difference.
Bikini Lane faithful will be glued to their radios live for next Friday night’s transfer window, when their side will be drawn in the knock-out stages.
The team have struggled this term with Andrey Asharvin and Fernando Torres performances leaving them in danger of going down.
“With our lacklustre efforts in the league and our marquee signings failing to make an impact, we need the Canesten Combi,” said the Fadjeetas boss to his local pharmacist.
“The other seven teams are all strong and we’ll have some pretty stiff competition to deal with, but I can tell them that now we’ll take some licking if they want to get through.”
Cup results – 24 January