Saturday 22 September 2012

Black Cats Planning Bodacious Boleyn Burglary…

Security at Upton Park has been substantially increased for today’s key premiership clash between the mighty Hammers and Geordie Drawbore specialists Sunderland. Jack Elderbottom, longtime caretaker at the Boleyn warned “the last time this lot came visiting they stole half our defence – It took three years to get McCartney back and Ferdinand’s still missing”.
Thankfully, the contents of the club’s massive trophy collection are likely to be safe since a new supersized state of the art display cabinet was one of Messers Gold and Sullivan’s first  bold investments upon taking over the club two years ago.
Sam: Indefatigueabubble!
Rumours abound that Martin O’Neill, the Black Cat’s shrewd but somewhat crotchety manager, plans to use today’s trip as a further affront to the Two Davids by pilfering all three points at the Boleyn. The Earnest Ulsterman, who previously refused to rescue the Hammers from the relegating stewardship of Avram Grant, has vowed to quash any frivolous fun or fanciful merriment during todays sombre fixture. However, Sam Allardyce, master of ceremonies at Fortress Upton, has promised 'a festival of fun and frolic, packed with swashbuckling sensation'.
The wrong claret and blue
Indeed, the Black cat’s luck may have run out in relation to James ‘tweety-bird’ McClean who may not be able to play today due to an acute bout of ink poisoning after his latest visit to one of Sunderland’s many tattoo parlours. The artistic Irishman is said to be modelling his appearance on Mexican prison gang members in an attempt to get the attentions of his criminology-obsessed manager
McLean and some of the other Sunderland ‘homies’ arriving for today's match
Sam Allardyce, no stranger to Machiavellian machinations, has highlighted some crucial onfield tussles that will be key to determining who walks away with the loot today
Big Sam's Key Head to Head Battles:
Guy Demel vs the criminally talented James McClean

Mark Noble vs the untalented criminal Lee Cattermole

Carlton Cole vs Himself

Martin O'Neill vs righteous indignation

Jussi Jaaskelainen vs any of the many Sunderland stoppers who cannot hold down a first team place

Titus Bumble vs basic laws of logic and reason

and the final word goes down to....

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