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BARTON; “MAYBE WYCOMBE DID PREPARE BETTER THAN US”

Fleetwood Town manager Joey Barton has grudgingly admitted

that, contrary to his claim prior to the League One Playoff

Semi-Finals, there is perhaps a chance that Wycombe may have

been slightly more prepared for the occasion than his side.

“I said before the first leg that the best Wycombe could

have done was match us and to be fair, that’s pretty much

all they did,” insisted Barton, speaking to us outside a

courtroom, “We should have had a penalty, plus if you take

out my two guys being harshly sent off and the four goals we

conceded, then we win that game 1-0 and it’s a completely

different tie. So, yeah, ok, Maybe Wycombe did do some

preparation after all, but we were still clearly the better

team and besides, I read a book by Neitzsche once – well,

some of it anyway – so just remember that, the next time

you’re trying to paint me as some kind of moronic thug.”

Barton then punched a door for ‘looking at me funny’.

PETERBOROUGH LEFT FURIOUS AS MIDLAND LEAGUE

CLUBS CHOOSE TO END 1939/1940 SEASON

Peterborough United have slammed the Midland Football League

for electing to end the season early, due to a devastating

worldwide outbreak of war.

“We’ve been cheated out of what we assume was going to be a

definite promotion to the Division Three South, which would

have absolutely happened, regardless of what any of the

other teams did,” raged the furious Peterborough chairman,

“Wisbech Town and Spalding United weren’t going to go up.

Their race was run and they were on a downward spiral before

this appalling injustice occurred.”

“If clubs don’t want to play because they’d rather go off to

fight against fascism, then they should just forfeit their

remaining games and leave those of us who do want to play

football to get on with it.”

OTHER NEWS

Oxford vaccine loses Playoff Final to Pfizer

‘Stop moaning about the season ticket price increases’

scoffs 19 year-old Wycombe fan who still lives with his mum.

David Icke tells Josh Parker to ‘tone it down a bit’.

Oxford defenders praised by Chris Whitty for maintaining

social distancing throughout League One Playoff Final.

Rick Parry’s calculator voted Wycombe Player of the Season.

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