Fans Outraged As Paul Green Is Left Out Of ‘Ireland’s Greatest Team’



PASSIONATE Ireland and Paul Green fans have stormed the offices of the Irish Independent following the publication of their highly controversial ‘Ireland’s greatest team of the last 40 years’ article which bizarrely left out the Rotherham United player.

The list had some hotly contested positions which saw Packie Bonner lose out to Shay Given and no place for Richard Dunne or Damien Duff.

“Fucking joke,” screamed one fan as he threw a bin through the windows of the newspaper’s offices. It took just three minutes for the 20,000 strong crowd to reduce the building to ruins and their attention was soon focused elsewhere.

The understandably enraged fans began making their way to the Aviva stadium to stage a ‘sit in’ protest until the newspaper printed an apology to Paul Green and the FAI agreed to the long overdue statue honouring the player who has been capped 20 times.

“20 statues, one for every cap,” rang out the loud and intimidating chant deep within the environs of the stadium, which has now been completely taken over by Paul Green fans.

“How the fuck is Keano in there,” pondered another fan as he revealed just one of his eight Paul Green tattoos to WWN.

WWN cannot confirm reports the chairman of Aviva has been kidnapped only to be released once the stadium is renamed the Paul Green Arena.

The unrest is far from welcome news as the Ireland team headed out to play Georgia in this Sunday’s opening Euro 2016 qualifiers.