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Then there were none (Premiership games left)

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 Thanks to all who played their parts
Including our millionaire players
With their brittle hearts.
Thanks for showing no passion
And your spineless display
In front of your magnificent supporters
On our judgement day.
No need to name names
But you will know who I mean
You can now pack your bags
And depart from the scene.
Thanks to Mike Ashley
For appointing Dennis Wise
A total disaster we would soon realise.
A big thanks to ‘The Toon Army’
Who’s faith did not wane
Despite all the heartache
The turmoil and pain.

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Notes

Has any team gave up their premiership status without so much as a wimper, the long suffering fans deserved much more.

Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/then-there-were-none-premiership-games-left/