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"We're still dotting the 'i's and crossing the what little I be filling a rather than our little faith Melling Road." Poor joke, bad idea.
A RATHER poor joke put to Rafael Benitez during yesterday's media briefing at Melwood training ground saw him asked whether he was concerned about facing two sides in Havant & Waterlooville this afternoon.
The Eagles looked a poor joke early on, losing their first two games by wide margins with quarterback Donovan McNabb in woeful form.
Mr Kilfoyle said: "It may be a poor joke, in poor taste, but Steven Broomhead is not a racist and never has been.
I have apologised to @ jessieog and I'm also sorry if I offended anyone else with my very poor joke on @ RTELateLate-Show."
Subbuteo enthusiast Dave Salmon, who last year branded Tom's best-selling streakers a 'poor joke in bad taste', said recreating the game's most respected and experienced official was a winning decision.
I used to suffer from Mahleria - that was my poor joke about an addiction to the music of Gustav Mahler.
It's a poor joke and boss Sam Allardyce (right) isn't laughing.
Scott said: "It's a very poor joke and you have to ask why UFC have done it now.
His odds of 5/2 are a poor joke considering he has gone five majors without a victory.
But United are refusing to take the move seriously and Scott said: "It's a very poor joke and it seems like a last-gasp effort by a group of desperate men to sabotage United's own bid for investment.