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Sometimes, they take place in countries like Dubai or Hong Kong: on these occasions, players are paid £25 million per ten minutes on the pitch, goals are marked by quiet applause, and anyone who arrives without a Manchester United shirt is marched at gunpoint to a special outlet to purchase one.
 
Sometimes, they take place in countries like Dubai or Hong Kong: on these occasions, players are paid £25 million per ten minutes on the pitch, goals are marked by quiet applause, and anyone who arrives without a Manchester United shirt is marched at gunpoint to a special outlet to purchase one.
   
The teams who frequently take part in these competitions can be identified midway through the season when they begin to complain that there are too many competitions. They normally make their point by fielding an under-17 side in the FA Cup and losing at home to Brentford. Afterwards the manager will explain in a press conference that there is ‘too much strain on players’, while texting under the table to make sure his visa has come through for the Sony Korean Classic next week featuring three Premier League Teams, Atletico Madrid, and a Korean Select XI captained by [[Rivaldo]].
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The teams who frequently take part in these competitions can be identified midway through the season when they begin to complain that there are too many competitions. They normally make their point by fielding an under-17 side in the FA Cup and losing at home to Brentford. Afterwards the manager will explain in a press conference that there is ‘too much strain on players’, while texting under the table to make sure his visa has come through for the Sony Korean Classic next week featuring three Premier League Teams, Atletico Madrid, and a Korean Select XI captained by Rivaldo.
   
 
====Pointless Competitions Past And Present====
 
====Pointless Competitions Past And Present====

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