The Football Association of Wales is set to clone wonderboy Gareth Bale in an attempt to put out a team that can win the World Cup.
A total of 22 Gareth Bales will be produced in a laboratory in Hirwaun in preparation for the World Cup Qualifiers next year.
Head of the FAW, Terry Roundhead, told WalesOnCraic:
“We’re currently lying 29th in the FIFA rankings and we’d like to see ourselves in the number one spot by the end of the month. To that end, we are going to be cloning Gareth Bale so that we can create a team of Gareths and also a good number of substitute Gareths. We also need some Gareths to speak to the media and one to visit local schools. We also need one to appear in TV adverts. The only exception that we have is at goalkeeper because he’s shit in goal so we’re cloning Neville Southall three times – one for the team, one as a substitute and one just for a laugh.”
This is the first time it will have been used in the UK.
But critics have pointed out that it’s not fair on the other Welsh players. Fan Gordon Mainwairing, who didn’t want to be named, told WalesOnCraic:
“What about Aaron Ramsey? He’s not bad. Ok, so the others are shit but poor old Arron.”