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Referee Rob Styles to be Honoured

After suggestions from users of this site, Manchester United`s Rob Styles, has been appointed Mayor of Trafford. Alex Ferguson had suggested a knighthood for the official, but the Queen baulked at the idea.

'He can sod orf,` said Her Majesty who is thought to be keen on Chelsea.


Styles gets his reward. You can lose the earpiece now Rob.

In other news, it has been announced that Styles will be allowed to take charge of the game between Spurs and Hull next weekend, despite making a mistake in his last game that has been condemned by everyone, including himself.

One of the stories above is true. The other isn`t. Readers are invited to decide for themselves, which one is the most incredible.




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Writer: Richard McCormick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 30 2008

Time: 11:05AM

Your Comments

He even said he realised his mistake straight away by the reaction of the players??? Erm is thier a rule that states refs cannot change thier minds??
woddywoo
Banish the though of a ref changing his mind when it comes to changing a decision on giving a penalty at Old Trafford, Sir Alex Funguson would have his Chain Of Office for Garters.
col8
You're still on about this!? You lost to Manchester United at Old Trafford and all of a sudden! Your best bet was a draw and it didnt work out. The goal was coming at some point.
ForeverUnited
Typical Utd fan. You just don't get the point do you pal?
jonah
No I get it, you're all clinging on, "it wasn't a penalty and we wouldn't have lost if it wasnt for the penalty" Well how would any of you knw that when the pen was given in the 59th minute!
ForeverUnited
 

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