FIFA Ask Russian Fans To Vote For 2018 World Cup Mascot From Three Equally Uninspiring Options

Chris Wright

24th, September 2016

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FIFA have opened the online ballot for the 2018 World Cup mascot, with the good people of Russia now able to vote which anthropomorphic animal they want to represent their home tournament.

The field is hardly what you might call diverse, with fans able to vote for, A) a cutesy cartoon tiger, B) a cutesy cartoon cat, or, C) a cutesy cartoon wolf.

Here they be, starting with Tiger, who is “strong and elegant and dreams of being the first footballer in space”…

Cat, on the other hand, has “a natural affinity to balls of all kinds”, which seems like a weird character trait to mention…

As for Wolf – well he can just sod off right now, the conceited, arrogant git…

Basically they’re all a bit naff, but the tiger has a space helmet on so we’re plumping for him.

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  1. A Nonny Moose says:

    What, no Bear?

  2. C says:

    “Cat, on the other hand, has “a natural affinity to balls of all kinds”, which seems like a weird character trait to mention…”

    Alright so Russia won’t be so jazzed if that one wins..

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