The 12,426th “lob Seaman” gag you’ve read today
This post has everything: A charity football match, a fantastic goal and a “lob Seaman” pun – what more do you want from a Monday morning?
May 28th, 2012
Sunday saw the annual football charity shindig that is Soccer Aid – an event that raises many, many questions. Why is it called Soccer Aid instead of Football Aid? Why do England suddenly look like a good football team? Just what is Graeme Le Saux doing these days? Who the hell is Jonathan Wilkes?
Anyway, Soccer Aid sees a host of celebrities (using the ITV reality show definition of the word), some ex-pros and Robbie Williams come together and put on a show, all in the name of charidee. Unicef, to be precise.
Of course, whilst Clive Tyldesley showed genuine shock that somebody who isn’t a footballer by trade actually knows how to play football, Serge’s football abilities are actually pretty highly regarded. Not only did he have trials at several football clubs, he’s also responsibe for this strike on Soccer AM.