Thursday, 14 January 2010
When Don Cellino Buys West Ham, Being A "Family" Club Takes On A Whole New Meaning!
So, we were worried when the porn merchants fancied a piece of the action but now we move into a whole new ball game. A couple of days ago, I posted about the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, now the heads of the bloody horses will be arranged in Duxbury's bed! What's that famous line that never actually appeared in The Godfather? "A lawyer with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns." The trouble is, Duxbury keeps getting caught and that won't go down well with the new Don will it?
According to one report, Zola is top of Don Cellino's hit list. I can hear the conversation now!
As Zola and Clarke walk to the carpark they are met by Duxbury.
Duxbury: The boss says he'll come in a separate car. He says for you two to go on ahead.
Zola: Hell, he can't do that; that screws up all my arrangements.
Duxbury: Well, that's what he said. I can't go with you either, Gianfranco.
[as bodyguards materialize around them, Zola understands everything]
Zola: Tell Massimo it was only business, I always liked him.
Duxbury: He understands that. [Removing Zola's car keys] Excuse me, Gianfranco.
Zola: Can you get me off the hook, Scott? For old times' sake?
Duxbury: [shakes his head] Can't do it, Gianfranco.
[Duxbury watches sadly as Zola is led to a waiting car]
What will the Don do with Duxbury? I can hear him say, ""My father taught me many things ... keep your friends close, but your enemies closer." For now...
The basic tactics to be employed? "I loved baseball ever since Arnold Rothstien fixed the World Series in 1919."
What to do with wage drain Dyer? "I'll make an offer he can't refuse. Don't worry."
When David Sullivan meets Massimo? "I don't like your kind of people. I don't like to see you come out to this clean country in oily hair, and dressed up in those silk suits, and try to pass yourselves off as decent. I despise your masquerade; the dishonest way you pose yourself, yourself and your fucking family."
Zola to the Don: "Why do you hurt me, Massimo? I've always been loyal to you."
Posted by Hammersfan at 20:55