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Kim Jong-Un Allows Man Utd’s Games To Be Broadcast On North Korean State TV, Punchlines Write Themselves…

By Chris Wright

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As if the people of North Korea (that’s the naughty Korea) haven’t suffered enough, the country’s Supreme Outstanding Glorious Leader, Kim Jong-Un, has apparently decreed that every single Manchester United match is to be televised from now on.

With North Korea gripped by football fever since they reached the 2014 World Cup Final against Portugal (remember?), Kim Jong-Un – a massive fan of the Reds – has given the go ahead for United’s games to be screened by Korean Central Television, his party’s state-owned broadcasting network.

According to the Daily Mirror, United’s games are to be broadcast but by using illegal streams – this is North Korea we’re talking about here, after all.

As well as United matches obviously being used as some form of torture, KCT  are also reportedly introducing new shows about how to ride horses, play golf and – slightly randomly – live German Bundesliga games.

Always remember…

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Damn straight.

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By Chris on August 28th, 2014 in Man Utd, Media, Newsnow. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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2 Responses to “Kim Jong-Un Allows Man Utd’s Games To Be Broadcast On North Korean State TV, Punchlines Write Themselves…”

  1. Jarren says:

    “As well as United matches obviously being used as some form of torture”

    HEY DICKWAD, FUCK YOU AND YOUR WEBSITE. GO SUCK A SHIT YOU DONKEY.

    Oh, wait, I forgot. This isn’t the Nikola Zigic goes to Arsenal page.

    Fair play mate, made me laugh!

  2. Bob says:

    Maybe he thinks it will reflect the struggle of his people. The greatest but really not.

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