Pandemonium In The Aisles!

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 The aisles are jam packed with love’s drooling fools
Tesco store staff dispense backsheese drams*
To women who’ve feinted at the boyish good looks
And charms of a beautiful man

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 ‘He’s manna from heaven’ one girl of eleven
Screamed as she joined in the rush,
To watch the t.v for a vision of he,
Who warmed the mums to the spree,
With a jolt, in last summers World Cup

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 The manager shouted ‘Turn those televisions off,
Get an ambulance to come here post haste’
The truth is most women on this treat at the shops
Are entrenched with dazed looks on each face

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 Him indoors is all but forgotten
Adoration has taken his place
To a suntanned adonis whom if most pundits are honest
Puts the rest of them out of the race

5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 Spinsters are stood there like statues
His smile has tuned winter to warmth
His eyes are a prize that make women tell lies
Such dreams make the old ones have thoughts

6 Leave a comment on verse 6 0 Of leaving the life, that they thought was so cool
To travel the world watching games
On the arm of a charmer from The Copacobana
Who’s manners its said are just great

7 Leave a comment on verse 7 0 The doors to our Tesco’s have been bolted shut
As women swarm through the aisles like locust
The reason such mayhem is running amok?
Leonardo’s been on Football Focus!



He’s back! The rest of them pundits may as well turn it in, if any one is gonna get the fairer sex to watch ‘the game’ or MOTD in their droves it’s…this bloke.

Cool, charming, well mannered and everything that our game and televised football in particular, needs from a pundit, if it’s to move in to the modern age with a new image.

I can’t quite hear Leo….nardo saying, “I should have done him” after the game is over on prime time tv, as per the quote of one pundit, can you?

What kind of messages are we sending out to our kids with players stroke pundits saying that kind of stuff on television?

Who better to speak about football with all the intense passion that it fire’s up than a….Brazilian? And one so eloquent to boot.

Gary, get ready to take over the golf coverage son, yer days are well and truly numbered, if this bloke decides to hang around much longer.

He (Lineker) never looks like he’s taking our game or the programme seriously anyway, at least that’s how it comes across to me!

That’s why I turn the t.v over during the sections of the programme that take place in the studio.

*backsheese is Arabic slang for free.



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