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Poetic Justice.

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 Cheating?
More likely common assualt
Bordering on GBH.
Ain’t no good us bleating
This pair were at fault
So late they were both out of date.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 While one went the distance
The other one walked
With that innocent “Mois?” on his boat
As a ref’s inconsistent
Views on it all
Turned proceedings in to nowt but a joke.

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 Was Man Yoo’s winner
A little offside
Is Sir Alex still a knight of the realm?
Whilst we as the sinners
Now have nowhere to hide
From the lessons we’ve hopefully learned.

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 At Goodison
The diver who showed out for Moyes
Was laughing as slid cross the cud
Yet fate’s hand later on
Quickly switched off his joy
When his last minute winner was scrubbed.

5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 Cheats so it seems
Rarely prosper
So for any little mercy give thanks
An the Man United team
Must look back and wonder (as I did myself)
Was De Gea’s quite wonderful save… vintage Gordon Banks?

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Notes

Torres and Suarez were both dealt painful lessons by fate yesterday. Torres should have been sent of earlier in the game (only Cleverly getting up quickly and getting on with it saved him),

Then instead of sticking it in the net, when we had United right under the cosh, he decides to try and get Evan’s sent off, and probably cost us the game in the process.

What Suarez had to do to get himself sent off up at Goodison, God only knows? Besides commit adultery with the referee’s wife or something similiar? Anyways he had a perfectly legit goal struck off in the last minute.

So it seems that cheats don’t always prosper do they? An rightly so!

De Gea’s one handed save was……awesome, made me jump out of me seat and shout ” Blimey did you see that?”, “Yeah we did mate and we’re still bleeding losing” said a droll West London voice.

Great stuff.

Carefree……

Go well and be lucky.

Peace.

Kev.

Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/poetic-justice-3/