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World-Cup Tossers: heads we win tails you lose.

December 2, 2010

****SToP PRESS…RUSSIA WINS THE BINGO PRIZE….PASS THE VODKA (and the roubles) ROUND****

NEW***Siberian world cup tickets now available at special price*** check poll and vote for new option.

All be over soon.

How much grovelling and scraping did the team of royals do? Any good deals to get votes?

What’s with all the ‘lobbying” anyhow, cos I stupidly though it was a vote based on the quality of the bid only?

Hope this is the last Fifa circus because its embarrassing for all the countries having to hawk the family silver to a bunch of bent crooks ( maybe there’s a few straight honest citizens in the fifa executive-but they’re tainted by the crooks).

No wonder Putin stayed at home. The man has got principles, haha!

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4 Comments
  1. December 2, 2010 9:08 am

    I’m guessing that if England win then we’ll soon be seeing Mrs Windsor having afternoon tea with Jack Warner.
    Then next year it’ll be a royal wedding edition of where’s the world cup Wally in Westminster Abbey.

    Look out for the paybacks.

  2. Still Waters permalink
    December 2, 2010 4:46 pm

    Oopsies..

    BCFC ST now cacking themselves on the forums.

  3. December 2, 2010 7:40 pm

    A lot of the pressure for the new stadium was wrapped up in the dodgy World Cup.

    The whole package of Monster Hypermarket=New Stadium=World Cup is now a complete shambles.

    Time for Lansdown to ditch the sorry conspiracy and spend a few quid on 10,000 seats at the Gate.

    I’m heading down the pub for a large Vladivar on ice.

    Sorry for the disappointed fans but you’ve been duped by the world cup mafia and greed merchants.

  4. Paul Bemmy Down permalink
    December 2, 2010 8:11 pm

    I’m sorry England didn’t get the World Cup and had to agree for once with Simon Cook when he said Bristol had to go for it. However, what he did not say was that without Stephen Lansdowns money, a bid would have been out of the question. Surely it’s about time this city had a new stadium that would not rely on the generosity of private individuals, but would belong to the city itself and be for all of our teams. I’m not a financial expert but there is such a thing as PPF which seems to build just about everything else these days and the Council has been able to find £30 million to replace a perfectly good museum, and another £20 million for a new foyee for the Colston Hall. That would have been a start! Now I’m all for the Arts and Culture as important parts of what makes this a great city, but sport does seem to take a back seat. Perhaps whilst private individuals continue to fund it, the Council are happy to leave it that way.

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