THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

8 October ~ "Outraged Premier League managers have rushed to the defence of Bolivian president Evo Morales who escaped without even a yellow card for this retaliatory foul. Sam Allardyce joined Tony Pulis in pointing out that Morales's opponent had already got away with several rash attacks on Bolivarian socialist principles, while Mick McCarthy was typically succinct: 'He's just not that type of president.'" Taken from this week's WSC Weekly Howl

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