Paulo Di Canio’s Sunderland to play 11 far right wingers: David Milliband resigns
SUNDERLAND FC have appointed self-declared “fascist, not a racist” Paulo Di Canio as their manager. This has already led to the departure of David Milliband from the Sunderland board. The former Foreign Secretary has taken into account Di Canio’s “past political statements”.
So. That’s the club’s Jewish fan alienated. And he supports Arsenal.
But other names will be staying at Sunderland. Indeed, fans can expect to see a flurry of new arrivals as Di Canio moves to a formation of 11 right wingers and rebrands the team as the “w*nkers in the black shirts”. Expect goals to be celebrated with a “mountain in the centre”. It being what Mussolini would have wanted.