Footballing fucks

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by Covert Monkey, Nov 3, 2010.

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  1. "A bonfire society has unveiled its annual guy in the form of scandal-hit striker Wayne Rooney".

    "The 49ft creation, complete with green Shrek-style ears to mock the Manchester United ace's likeness to the animated ogre, will go up in flames at Edenbridge Bonfire Society's annual parade and display on Saturday".

    Rooney effigy to go up in flames - Yahoo! News UK

    What other big time, posing, kiss-ball playing fuck sticks can we throw on the fire?
     
  2. Gary Neville!!!
     
  3. Pararegtom

    Pararegtom LE Book Reviewer

    Gazza (he,d burn for weeks)
     
  4. With that much alcohol swilling around,he'd be more likely to go off like a bloody bomb !!!
     
  5. Burn all the foreign players, then maybe we can grow a real England squad.

    Having thought it through again Nah, fuck it, burn the bleeding lot of 'em, fucking overpaid turf diving pansies.
     
  6. You would need a lot of grow bags to get a real England squad. :)


    Burn all the baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaastarrrrrrrrrrds
     
  7. To add some fuel to the fire, (see what I did there?)


    Futebol Finance, a Portuguese marketing agency, has released a list of the top 50 footballer salaries for this season. The guy at the top is obvious, but the rest of the list is pretty interesting. Do keep in mind, though, that the wages shown are just for this season and this season alone. Also, try not to laugh when you spot Robinho's name above Drogba or Torres. Here's the full list via The Mirror...

    Futebol Finance's 50 highest paid players in world football
    1 Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid, £11.3million)
    2 Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Barcelona, £10.4million)
    3 Lionel Messi (Barcelona, £9.1million)
    4 Samuel Eto'o (Internazionale, £9.1million)
    5 Kaka (Real Madrid, £8.7million)
    6 Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City, £7.4million)
    7 Karim Benzema (Real Madrid, £7.4million)
    8 Carlos Tevez (Manchester City, £7million)
    9 John Terry (Chelsea, £6.5million)
    10 Frank Lampard (Chelsea, £6.5million)

    11 Thierry Henry (Barcelona, £6.5million)
    12 Xavi (Barcelona, £6.5million)
    13 Ronaldinho (AC Milan, £6.5million)
    14 Steven Gerrard (Liverpool, £6.5million)
    15 Daniel Alves (Barcelona, £6.1million)
    16 Michael Ballack (Chelsea, £5.6million)
    17 Raul (Real Madrid, £5.6million)
    18 Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United, £5.6million)
    19 Kolo Toure (Manchester City, £5.6million)
    20 Wayne Rooney (Manchester United, £5.2million)