Did The FA Put ‘Em’ Up To It?

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 As a nations sits with bated breath
Picked twenty two and a nervous ref
Walk on the pitch to exalted roars,
Whilst two proud mums watch the match, behind cell doors.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Did them trackies fit the boys in the squad
Were they then knocked out as the one job lot?
That Tesco’s footie gear looks cheap
At least down Marks and Sparks it’s chic.

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 Are our sweet FA so short of dough
That they let the skippers muvver know
So she’d hoist the team some brand new kit
Without any need for FA to pay for it?

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 When the team run out in their pristine gear
In the friendly to cascades of cheers
Spare a thought for two loyal birds in gaol
That saved a nations face, and yet can’t raise bail.

5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 When half time comes and yer brewing tea
In a break from your bought-for paid-up telly
Laud the efforts of those two English belles
And just remember….every little helps!



This is just a bit of fun
Police, don’t blame it on the mums.

Blame the FA!

Sending these two old birds out to do their dirty work work and kit the team out in hoisted new gear, for the up-coming friendly for nothing.

Where’s the shed loads of money that was in the Soho Square coffers dissappeard to? That’s what I wanna know?

In London slang, shop lifters are known as hoisters and the disnicable art of shop lifting is known as hoisting!

Er and don’t ask me how I know…cos I can’t say.



Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/did-the-fa-put-em-up-to-it/