FAI Tell Irish Players Trapattoni Has Gone Off To Live On A Farm



WWN can exclusively reveal that after releasing a statement yesterday evening the FAI held a closed doors meeting with the current Irish squad.

At the meeting the head of the FAI John Delaney discussed Giovanni Trapattoni’s position as Ireland manager.

Senior members of the squad including Robbie Keane and Richard Dunne are rumoured to have inquired as to Delaney’s plans for the elderly Italian.

WWN can confirm Delaney disclosed to the assembled players that the Italian would be sent to a farm somewhere in the west of Ireland.

“Will he have other people to play with?” asked an anxious Seamus Coleman, Delaney nodded. “Ah that’s lovely” offered a cheery Conor Salmon.

“Does he have a place to run around and that?” team captain Robbie Keane asked. “Oh, eh yeah sure whatever” replied Delaney.

“Can we visit?” enthused John O’Shea, “Oh god, it’s an awful long away aways now John, they run out of road for a bit and everything. Best to never visit and I can’t remember the exact address anyway.”

While the players are said to have known for some time Trapattoni would not stay forever they have found comfort in the fact he has gone to a wonderful home with lots of space to run about in.