Own Goal at the Olympics by Britain’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown

25 Aug

Gordon Brown, the British Prime Minister, scored a spectacular own goal at the Olympics. He called for a British soccer team to be assembled for the 2012 games in London, citing Britain as the home of soccer, and “unthinkable” that the host nation would be deprived of a team. The UK is made up of four football associations, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. To merge them into one for the Olympics would bring pressure on FIFA to insist the UK have one national team in international soccer.

Some are now wondering if Brown is a secret Scottish nationalist agent, intent on destroying the United Kingdom. As if Scotland would risk losing its status as an independent soccer nation to have one or two Scots play at the Olympics for two weeks. No faster route to Scottish independence could be imagined than us losing our team. Thank you agent Broon. Keep up the good work.

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One Response to “Own Goal at the Olympics by Britain’s Prime Minister, Gordon Brown”

  1. cjw666 September 29, 2008 at 9:13 am #

    What do you mean, “some are wondering if Brown is a secret Scottish Nationalist agent”? Most people always HAVE thought that! He’s just beginning to slip up more often and show his true affiliations 🙂 Must be all the pressure he’s under – ah, shame!

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