WALES HAVE DONE BETTER THAN ENGLAND BY NOT BEING DOGSHIT CONCLUDE PUNDITS
A host of highly paid pundits have concluded that Wales’ football team have done better than England by not being dogshit.
Despite having a squad of players that are largely scattered around the leagues and having a centre forward with no club at all, Chris Coleman’s boys have made it all the way to the European Championship semi-finals. Pundits have been queueing up to offer their thoughts on why a seemingly inferior squad have outgunned their more illustrious and highly paid counterparts.
“We’ve spoken about the importance of having a tactical plan that everyone understands and buys into, and of course having one genuine world class player in Gareth Bale.” says BBC man Alan Shearer. “But overall Wales have done better than England by not being utter dogshit in their games.”
The Welsh beat the Belgians rated 2nd in the world last night, and in sharp contrast with the likes of Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane, all eleven players successfully avoiding being dogshit for the whole ninety minutes.
Meanwhile, Wales substitute Sam Vokes made history in the quarter-final win by becoming the first Englishman to score in a quarter final of a Euro Championships since Hal Robson-Kanu and Ashley Williams about twenty minutes earlier.
And in other news from last night’s game, Belgian star Romelu Lukaku has told his Mum that’s the last time he’s taking his little brother to football after Jordan showed him up in front of his mates.
A text from the Everton striker sent to his Mum after last night’s game revealed, "I’m not taking him again. He's terrible Mum, it's embarrassing".