HARRY REDKNAPP'S DOG TO LEAD NEW FA ETHICS COMMITTE
Poacher turned gamekeeper ‘right choice’ to clean up game say FA
IN THE WAKE OF a week of scandals which saw the removal of the England Manager, the Football Association have responded by announcing they're forming a new ethics committee to look into the murky world of transfers and third party ownership.
And the game’s national body have turned to arguably the leading authority on the subject of dodgy dealings, Harry Redknapp’s dog.
“We believe that Rosie is the ideal choice to lead this new task force,” says FA spokesperson Ken Flange. “She wishes to make amends following her own exposure in 2011 and we think this ‘poacher turned gamekeeper’ approach is the right way forward.
After several years in the wilderness following her public outing in court in 2011, Rosie says she knows exactly what to look for to outsmart the likes of disgraced England boss Sam Allardyce.
“I turned my back on the life after the court case on 2011 and now I’m ready to lift the lid on the culture of brown envelopes,” says the eleven year old bulldog. “I was bang at it for years, salting money away in my Monaco account, fathering a succession of puppies and going mad for the winalot, but now I’m ready to rid the sport of this evil. Are you having that sausage?”