Someone Hilariously Changed Manchester Uniteds Wikipedia After Alexis Sanchez Sat In Old Trafford Hotseat
Alexis Sanchez for Manchester United boss? Someone has changed the club’s Wikipedia page so that it has the Chilean winger listed in the United manager’s section.
Sanchez, who started in the FA Cup win over Reading today, accidentally sat in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s seat after he was substituted in the second half.
With a smile on his face, the Norwegian had to get the former Arsenal man up and out of his chair before he perched himself next to Juan Mata.
It was a very comical moment and the hilarity continued when someone put him down as having a managerial stint at United, in between two Solskjaer reigns, on the old Wiki.
You just can’t beat a classic Wikipedia page edit and one of the best ever came in October.
On a Friday morning Jermaine Pennant, fresh from a recent stint on Celebrity Big Brother, appeared on Jeremy Kyle as his wife decided to air their dirty laundry following his flirting with fellow housemate Chloe Ayling on CBB.
Pennant refused to do a lie detector test on air but did hint that he’d be willing to take one away from the cameras.
And someone decided to troll the well-travelled winger even further by changing his Wikipedia, specifically his list of clubs.
This brilliant individual added ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’ as his latest venture, hilariously editing it so that he’s made one appearance for Jezza’s troops.
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