Thursday, 13 May 2010

BBC Turns New Cabinet into 'FA Cup Semi-Final' Graphic

"What a line up we have here, Jim. In Defense, well, it looks like quite a strong defense, Cameron having picked a Fox of a defender to be minister for wars new and old."

"Any weaknesses in the team, John?"

"Yes, I think bringing back Ken Clarke could be a mistake. Sure, he's got experience, a safe pair of hands if you like, but he's past it now. Also, while its true to say he enjoys playing in Europe, very much it seems, questions remain over whether he still has what it takes to be a big hitter in the domestic scene...?"

"And what are your thoughts on the new signings, John?"

"Controversial, Jim. Highly controversial. They're going to have to do a lot this season to convince a large number of sceptical fans."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think it's a very useful graphic which presents the new government and should be commended. I'm glad that the beeb is fulfilling it's public service remit so well.

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