Should the Anfield Cat be the next England manager?

by Mystical Mike

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Bookies are slashing odds on the Anfield Cat to become the next England boss. After his fearless display on Monday night, the Cat has been attracting attention from all over the globe. The 4 legged cutie showed more bottle in one night than in 5 years under the atrocious Sven McClaren.

‘With England’s woeful displays in recent tournaments, a change of direction is exactly what the team need’, said the Cat’s owner. ‘His English is coming along just fine too’.

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  • dexylongshot

    I might put my name forward, in the unlikely scenario Harry turns it down (I’ve heard a rumour) and Pards and O’Neil distancing themselves, I may have a go.

    My 23 if all fit for Euros.

    Hart, Green, Robinson.
    Baines,Ashley, Micah, Glenda
    Jones, Cahill, Jag, Smalling
    Milner, Johnson Parker, Wiltshire, Gerrard,Theo, Ox.
    (Then LAmps or Cleverly still undecided on Cleverly)
    Young, Sturridge, Welbeck, Rooney.

    No Caroll,
    no Barry and
    definately no Jt.

    Parker captain.
    Harry Guvner.
    Pearcy holding Fabios notebook.

    If i’m manager, JT will be sent to the tower for crimes against the England team 2010-2012, putting himself before the good of the team and pretty much forcing an established squad member to pack it in, causing an England Manager to quit and generally causing disharmony in the camp.

    I firmly believe if JT had done the right thing a few weeks back and stepped down from the international set-up until his trial was over, we wouldn’t be in the mess we are now.

  • dexylongshot

    We discuss the state of the game at the moment in the latest dexysden/my11 podcast. Check it out. We also discuss Redknapps tax trial and the undiscovered talent of Englands next superstar in the making, Ravel Morrison.

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