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After all the lurid headlines in the tabloids about the goings on at the FA it is about time some sense was brought back into the gutter press. How about:

[***!!***] shags very average Swedish man who manages the English football team in a very poor way.

or

Overpaid and corrupt individuals who run the FA are found to have conspired to sack someone for something they didn't do (and one shagged the [***!!***] too).

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Correct newspaper headlines seem to be too long.

Shorter headlines sell more newspappers, evin if they are incorrect.

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Colin, the Star (and to a lesser degree the Sport) sell papers by putting scantily clad women on the front

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So lets have scantily clad women running the F.A., then rebelboy !

They couldn't do any f'cin worse than the present lot !

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Mr Happy said:
After all the lurid headlines in the tabloids about the goings on at the FA it is about time some sense was brought back into the gutter press. How about:

[***!!***] shags very average Swedish man who manages the English football team in a very poor way.

or

Overpaid and corrupt individuals who run the FA are found to have conspired to sack someone for something they didn't do (and one shagged the [***!!***] too).


Just for the record, the deleted word in both instances is w h o r e.

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Big J R said:
So lets have scantily clad women running the F.A., then rebelboy !

They couldn't do any f'cin worse than the present lot !


Judging from the headlines BJR, I thought they were! Ms Fire Alarm certainly seems to have the power of hire and fire - I did have a more naughty idea for her power, but this is a respectable forum!




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