I Wonder, Did Mr Wenger See That?

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 As Gibbs walks The Walk.
The Ox immediately comes clean
Owning up to a handball offence
Which the ref deemed worthy of a red-card,
Awarding a pen,
Without even consulting the lino,
About an infringement
I doubt he (the ref) actually witnessed
Thereby dismissing the wrong man,
Who was nowhere the incident.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 But the under-fire ref
(and a future Specsavers icon surely?)
Is having none of it:
Telling The Ox in no uncertain terms:
“Shut up Walcott I’ve sent him off
and that’s the end of it, do you hear me?.

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 You couldn’t make this stuff up
If you tried could yer?
Well for a bit of a laugh I have
But…..are the half dozen lines
I’ve written in jest
Really that far removed
From what actually happened
Over here in West London
In The Derby last Saturday afternoon?

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 During A Professional Game of Football!



Just my take on a joke doing the rounds over here in West London at the moment. But as the title of the piece suggests; did The astute Alsatian actually see what happened from the touch-line? Indeed he was very serene about it afterwards in the post match if he did?

Carefree……braised in Celery.

Stay well, be lucky and keep smiling.



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