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The Courtship Circuit

by | 29th, July 2004

‘WHEN Faria Alam announces in the Star that she won’t go down alone, our mind boggles.

Like any circuit, Sven’s been around the block a few times

We have visions of the whole FA typing pool on their hands and knees taking, er, dictation from England coach Sven Goran Eriksson.

But it appears that Faria is just doing a very good job of boosting her pay-off by threatening not to go quietly if she is sacked for her romps with Eriksson and FA boss Mark Palios.

However, the big question in this morning’s papers is not whether Sven will stay or Sven will go, but what it is about the Swede that makes women go weak at the knees.

“Gorgeous, intelligent women like Faria Alam, Nancy Dell’Olio and Ulrika Jonsson have positively fallen over themselves to bed the brute,” says the Star.

“So, why do attractive women find some ugly men so irresistible?”

The Star thinks it’s just a question of cash – “the reason the failing 56-year-old is so lucky in love is because he has power and money and is able to take his dates to nice places”.

But the Mail provides a more likely answer, saying that some men are born seducers and some are born blunderers.

“The ability to do everything right in sweet-talking a female could be ‘hard-wired’ into the brains of certain fortunate men,” it says.

“But others are doomed to be unromantic losers who cannot control their wandering hands.”

It’s all to do with something called the ‘courtship circuit’ in the brain – and, on recent evidence, it would seem that Sven’s is switched to overload…’

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