Why Did Arsene Wenger Cross the Road? (Hardback)
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Why Did Arsene Wenger Cross the Road? (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 01/11/2005
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When Britain's several million football fans have finished hurling comic banter and vile abuse at each other on a Saturday afternoon, they file out of the nation's stadiums and head straight into the nearest pub or onto the local transport network to continue the ribaldry in another form - cracking jokes about their rivals and neighbours. There are thousands of football jokes out there, but only the very best find their way into the pages of "Why Did Arsene Wenger Cross the Road?" Rude, gross, silly, mocking, infantile, scornful but always funny, this book is the perfect sequel to Jack Bremner's "Shit Ground No Fans". Q: How do you know an Aberdeen fan has burgled your house? A: The bin is empty and the dog is pregnant. Q: What's the difference between a Man United fan and a dildo? A: A Man United fan is a real prick. And there are many more...

Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9780593055328
Weight: 506 g

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