Arry, Pleat, Fabio, Levy & Co.

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Good morning,

The Internet is clucking like one great big wet cyber hen. Arry gets a not guilty and withing hours, Fabio get’s a not on your nelly. The bookies have shrunk the price on Arry being the new England manager and Mr Capello is looking for Italian speaking staff to help him count his money.

The FA needs an Englishman to step up to the plate. And frankly the names on the list beyond Norman Stanley Redschnapp’s don’t really stand up. The full SPs are here. Stuart Pearce has said on numerous occasions he doesn’t think it’s his time yet.

If he stays true to this, it’ll be a thoughtful decision which would tee him up very nicely for the England era to follow this cut & shunt period where everyone’s waiting for Frank Lampard to retire and John Terry to officially join the English Defence League.

The solution is staring us all in the face.

Levy & Co. have Arry under a legally binding contract. So THFC call up the FA and offer David Pleat as caretaker England manager until the end of the season. That gives THFC breathing space to negotiate a replacement and Arry gets the job that he feels he was born to do.

The sad thing for Arry is the England job is virtually unrecognisable from the one he grew up respecting and coveting. But we’re all guilty of not realising things we once loved have changed for the worse.

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  • Billy Legit says:

    Twichy will be the new En-ger-land manager.

    Our new manager for next season?, F*ck knows!

    John Terry will always be a Triple A+ C*nt!

    End Of!


  • Heath Spur says:

    David Pleat for England Manager. Give him a chance to do some ‘scouting’ in Eastern Europe :)

  • greavesie says:

    Harry will fulfill his destiny and win the world cup playing the spurs way
    Gus is ther only genuine alternative for spurs – we had experience of him when he ran Australia and turnedc them into genuine contenders – robbed only by a cheating Italian diver in the last minute becasue they were terrified of extra time.
    In Gus we trust was the chant

    He is a man manager par excellance, plays attacking, fast football and insists on the peak of fitness and stamina.
    He would fit the current spurs like a glove.

    No other candidate is fit to lick his boots

  • greavesie says:

    Gus got the S Koreans to the semi finals; took over at chelsea and won the cup – the turks were a team on the way down and although the russians performed OK, they played above their level
    In Gus We Trust

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