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More countries to host 2013 Rugby League World Cup than people watch it

November 28, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

2013 plan of attack

The news that England, Wales, Ireland and France will all host matches for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup has come as a surprise given that only a maximum of one person is expected to watch the tournament.

The impressive planning and ambition of the organisers means that an unprecedented amount of people in different places will be inconvenienced for something for which there must surely be minimal justification.

Tournament Director Nigel Wood (who is likely to be the one person watching) announced, “Given that rugby league is all about winding up followers of rugby union and other sports anyway, we thought we’d try this.

“We want to use 18 stadiums hundreds of miles apart in an effort to send environmentalists into some kind of protest frenzy.

“By expanding the number of nations competing as well, we’re expecting to comfortably outplay even the cricket World Cup in terms of making a big deal out of absolutely nothing.”

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  1. December 28, 2011 at 22:04

    Awesome post friend. Keep up the good work.

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