The Truth about Goats
While businesses are gearing up for a potential European exit in June, for England’s football manager the time to leave is ‘usually by the end of the first round’. This summer’s European Championships will provide the Home Nations with their first taste of a humiliating egress and what it feels like to be Malta.
Premier clubs have been warned that over time a Brexit could impact on over four hundred players, although Mr. Hodgson has helpfully identified the first eleven for the chop. Meanwhile Boris Johnson has already tabled a motion to restore Robert Green to goalkeeper to guarantee a swift exit.
Sadly, despite the SNP’s commitment to European membership, Scottish footballers have long been allergic to qualifying for any competitions. Alternatively UKIP have said losing in the European Championship will give Britain a chance to focus on their ‘snooker and darts’.
Should a Brexit happen, Premiership players such as West Ham’s Payet may leave, forcing the Hammers to play Nigel Farage in midfield. Despite this Mr. Hodgson has said he will remain neutral in the referendum – but picking Gary Cahill may be the clearest indication that the England team plans to be on holiday by July.