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1,000 Year Reich Remains On Track, Says Ferguson


SIR Alex Ferguson's plan to reign over English football for one thousand terrible years continues apace as Manchester United won their 18th league title.

Darren Fletcher Accepts Actual Rules Of Football

AS his one match European ban was upheld, Darren Fletcher has accepted that the laws of football apply to him.

Stop Keeping Score, Burnham Tells Premier League

PREMIER League clubs should stop keeping score so that everyone can just enjoy a nice game of football, the culture secretary Andy Burnham said today.

Flintoff To Miss Ashes Hiding

INJURY-hit Andrew Flintoff has confirmed he is unlikely to recover in time for an absolute humping by Australia this summer.

Ipswich To Keep Large Net Handy

IPSWICH Town yesterday unveiled Roy Keane as their new manager but stressed they would be keeping a large butterfly net to hand, just in case.

Newcastle Fans To Pretend Championship Is Premier League

NEWCASTLE United fans brushed off yesterday's defeat by Spurs insisting they have a fool-proof scheme to guarantee the club a place in next season's top flight.

Macheda Could Be 'First Class, Money-Grabbing Arsehole'

FEDERICO Macheda has the potential to become one of the greediest tosspots in the Premier League, his agent said last night.

Ferguson Reveals Ending To 'The Wire'

SIR Alex Ferguson last night continued his policy of ruining the ends of things by revealing the conclusion to hit US drama series The Wire.

Capello Forced To Choose Between Dreadful And Laughable

ENGLAND boss Fabio Capello has admitted he faced a tough choice between dreadful and laughable to partner Wayne Rooney in tonight's Word Cup qualifier against Ukraine

Newcastle Opt For Magic Beans

NEWCASTLE United today pinned their hopes on a bag of magic beans bought on the way to market.

A Cinderella Story Of Millionaires Supported By Billionaires Supported By Banks

THE Brawn racing team completed a Cinderella story yesterday after clinching the opening grand prix of the season with nothing more than millions and millions of pounds.

Benitez Signs On For Five More Years Of Buck-Passing

RAFAEL Benitez has signed a new contract which will see him blame other people for Liverpool's failures until 2014.