13 October 2008

Spanish RFEF: Houston, You Don't Have a Problem

MADRID, 13 October 2008: The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) today responded to racist comments made by a Houston Dynamo supporter towards DC United goalkeeper Louis Crayton at Robertson Stadium in Houston, Texas following the completion of yesterday's MLS match between United and the Dynamo. RFEF spokesman Jorge Carretero told reporters:
The Dynamo were quick to ban the supporter because of his racist statements. But the fans that go to Robertson are as fantastic as they are in Spain. The RFEF is quite certain that this supporter is as pure at heart as the fans who go to the Bernabeu. Therefore, the RFEF would like to invite this supporter to join us in Spain for our upcoming friendly against England, which will be played wherever the Spanish Federation thinks is best. We will even provide him a complimentary ticket in the section of Columbus Crew supporters who have already committed to attending.
Well then. Thanks for clearing that up for us Jorge, on what I know must have been a busy day for you.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How's this for an article:

Lexington Kentucky Does Not Turn in Expansion Bid.

A group of potential investors from Lexington Ky decided at the last minute to not turn in a bid for an expansion team. The group, chaired by horse racing legend/burbon tycoon Matt Gunterman announced they ran into several problems.
"Well, primarily, we had troubles trying to work out the blueprints for turning legendary University of Kentucky basketball arena Rupp Arena into an outdoor stadium," announced Gunterman. "Oh, and we also realized nobody in Kentucky likes Soccer."
The announcement is seen as a boost for the group from Monkey's Eyebrow Kentucky to submit a bid next season.