BBC bosses have announced plans to build a £90million ‘Question of Sport’ museum in Manchester.
Amongst the exhibits will be a vast close-up hologram of Matt Dawson’s face, screeching on an endless loop.
The museum will also pay tribute to the golden age of the classic BBC quiz format in “The Room of Fear”, where visitors can relive a production meeting and be shouted at by a virtual reality David Coleman.
The centrepiece of the exhibition is reported to be a fully operational Sue Barker android. According to a BBC spokesman, “People will be able to stroke her synthetic hair or look up her skirt. The possibilities are almost endless.”
Manager Phil Brown is under fire for spending more time in the tanning salon than on the training pitch. One player, who has asked to remain anonymous for fear of repercussions has told us: “Every time we want a bit of advice on set plays or tactics, the gaffer is either at Tantasic on the High Street or in his office applying artificial bronzer”.
Concern is growing for the Hull gaffer, with some believing Brown has developed a fear of being a white man. “It goes back to a holiday he hafd in Barbados. He came back with a very dark tan.He looked like a Moroccan deckchair seller. Since then he’s been desperately trying to keep the tan, to the point where he sleeps under a gro-light”.
Already this season we have reported on Brown spending long periods in a greenhouse and there are whispers that the board are unhappy with Brown charging his Fake Bake and St.Tropez purchases to his club credit card. Says the anonymous player: “We’ve reached breaking point. It’s affecting our results.”