Faithfully imitating the old saying, 'Monkey see, monkey do', thousands of British monkeys in captivity have joined forces to form their very own Football Premier League.
London Zoo, with easily the largest population of monkeys and gorillas, has seen the establishment of three separate clubs, Chelsea MFC, West Ham United GFC and Arsenal MFC. Amongst others, Manchester United MFC is already based at Wythenshawe Wildlife Stadium, Manchester City at the all-seat Legoland Etihad and Liverpool MFC at the brand new Knowlsley Safari Park.
Tonight's game between Chelsea and Man Utd promises to be a cracker, with 7 year old playmaker Bobo Charlton making his United debut. “Oooo ooo ooo ooo,” said controversial hit-man Charlton as he boarded the team bus after training today. Linking-up with in-form Scottish striker, Dennis Claw and Irish swingman Georgie Best, the trio are predicted to overcome Roberto Marmoset's European Champions in a hard fought 2-3 victory.
Referee will be Mark Chattenburg.