Small football business beaten by slightly larger one

FOOTBALL business AFC Wimbledon has been outperformed by a rival company with more resources and a similar name.

Each team of football workers wore appropriately-coloured ties

Mk Dons was slightly more efficient at outputting its product than AFC Wimbledon, who were competing for a revenue stream called the FA Cup.

Yesterday’s match was controversial because the losing company was founded in the same location as the winning company, which had relocated to save cash and jobs.

Over 3,000 customers of the new business showed their dislike for the old one by travelling over 60 miles to pay money to sit in its stadium complaining about the fact it’s only interested in money.

Employee Jon Otsemobor scored a goal as per his employment contract, which was enough for his employers to win.

MK Dons team leader Karl Robinson said: “Every little boy dreams of maximising revenue for a business that owns a patch of grass.

“In a few weeks time we’ll go to Sheffield to try and earn our bosses some more money.”