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Eat Nonsense: Underground Railroad For Italian Football Prodigies.
Gbherron (Seattle Sounders) 7 years ago
Last season, there were about 1000 things that needed to happen for them to fall to the chasers, Liverpool. 999 of those things happened. It would've been 1000 if not for the brilliant last-minute strike against off-from ASton Villa by Federico Macheda. Many believe how Macheda made it to Manchester's reserve squad is something of a copnspiracy: he arrived along with his family's relocation, although FA rules state that players over 16 cannot be signed, despite the fact that he had just turned 16 a month before. He began his three year trial, of sorts, with the club, and finally broke into the first team with injuries and suspensions plauging United's striking position. He scored the game winner in a 3-2 match late into injury time.

So, how is this nonsense at all? CIA investigations have revelaed a network of safehouses and transportation for gifted football players, with the main hub being in Rome, Italy. The railroad also makes stops in several towns in France, including the historic football town of Lens.

However, there is another angle to this story that no one has really looked into. Every year, Sky Sports launches a secret campaign to find the best announcers to give the viewers a one-of-a-kind experience of hearing old men innacurately describe goals in games between Conference National sides. This year there is a true talent emerging.

He is expected to pen a 10-year deal with Sky on Thursday

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