Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has sacked his new manager Andre Villa-Boas for being too old. The 33 year had been in the job 12 hours before he got his marching orders.
The ex-Porto schoolboy, who has never kicked a ball himself, had developed a winning mentality by managing a 'Dream Team' on his Game Boy Console. His Cool Dude XI beat Barcelona 69-0 to win the Virtual Champions League Cup last season.
But after his first day at Stamford Bridge he had won nothing.
Updated 23-08-2011 at 11:59 AM by bobby
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its my victors 60th birthday hes got so much love to give
hes got his queens park rangers he needs them to live
but if you need a favour,or if life has kicked you in the teeth
he'll show you much kindness ,hes beyond beleith
victor im looking forward to your 70th in ten years from now
and i just hope im there to celebrate it,if im still alive, we will know how
FORGET THE POETRY SHANE IM REALLY GETTING TERRIFIED
WE NEED SOMEONE WITH ABILTY WE ARE FED UP WITH HULSE HITTING THE BALL WIDE
JEFFRO MY ADOPTED SON WONT DRINK HIS HORLICKS AT NIGHT
HES BEEN TOLD THAT A MIDGET HAS BEEN SIGNED HOPE THATS NOT RIGHT
JAYGEEBEE HAS SAWED HIS FAVOURITE GOLF CLUB IN HALF
AND HAS PUT AN ELECTRIC FIRE IN THE BATH
SURELY WE ARE NOT KEEPING VINE YOUR HAVING A LAUGH
FACTOMONDO HAS STARTED TO CROSS DRESS
South Korean Ji-Sung Park is being tipped to do a job on Lionel Messi at Wembley tonight.
Expert Telly Venables sees Park as the man to muzzle Messi:
"The Korean will be snapping at Messi's heels from the first whistle. It will be dog eat dog"
Little terrier Park has emerged as Manchester United's best chance of lifting the Winalot Cup.
Despite criticism that Ji-Sung's "bark is worse than his bite", Sir Alex Ferguson
Ex Chelsea coach Ray Wilkins has publicly rubbished Manchester United's chances in The Champions League Final.
Speaking yesterday at the Nivea for men Great Football Experiment Ray said:
"Man Utd are a fabulous club playing exquisite football. Barcelona are probably the only team in the world that could compete with them at this moment in time"
The Stamford Bridge legend, 54, believes the mental weakness of the Manchester United team could