Several leading sportsmen have been accused of throwing games or feigning injury over the past few days just so they could be available for a night of hedonistic mayhem and heavy drinking being organised on behalf of a group of on-line satirists.
The soiree, planned and paid for by returning ex-pat and newly wed Richard 'Rick' Westwell will be held in and around numerous drinking dives located near London's busy west end.
Critics say both Andy Murray and Roger Federer crashed out of the French Open against opponents they would normally put away in their sleep just so that they would be first to the bar.
Bangladesh, who could have rolled England over at any time during the Lords Test, contrived to lose so that they could concentrate on preperations for the forthcoming pub crawl.
Rumours that Australian steeplechase champion and best man 'Some Are Bent' deliberately pulled up lame during the Melbourne Gold Cup just so he could attend the bash have been rife in internet chat rooms down under.
The two are known to be close friends.
Theo Walcott is said to be relieved at having had an injury plagued season and made sure he had a stinker against Mexico, guaranteeing he was taken of at half time.
'The last thing I wanted was to be distracted by having to go to the World Cup' said the Arsenal winger ' that comes around every 4 years, so I at least I have another chance of going. But being there and seeing Westwell getting a round in will probably never happen again, if indeed it does this time.
You just can't buy that sort of thing....well, at least that's what he said'.
Even Emile Heskey was in on the act, but nobody realised he had deliberately missed an absolute sitter against Japan because that's what he does at the best of times.
Some people think it's all over.......you just wait.
Some people are on the piss...they think it's all over
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Several leading sportsmen have been accused of throwing games or feigning injury over the past few days just so they could be available for a night of hedonistic mayhem and heavy drinking being organised on behalf of a group of on-line satirists.Posted 6 years ago #
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