Date:Saturday June 2 2007
Manchester United defender Wes Brown gave spectators and those watching England`s 1-1 draw with Brazil on TV something to laugh about, in amazingly quick fashion.
Brown, who apparently is actually a good defender and international courtesy of yet another piece of managerial genius was a substitute for the "injured" John Terry, who I believe felt he had done enough to earn his astronomical salary + bonuses. Brown had barely been on the pitch all of two minutes before he managed to fall over whilst trying to concentrate on something known as a "football," allowing Alfonso Alves to break into the box. The Brazilian reservist (like 75% of the team were) managed to show manager Dunga exactly why he doesn`t warrant a first team place by screwing his shot wide.
Here`s to you Wes Brown, and an honourable mention to Michael Carrick, the £15m player who didn`t actually touch the ball, and Alan Smith who fresh from his goal scoring exploits against the mighty Albania showed just why he should stick to England 'B' internationals. True England legends.
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