Chilcot Inquiry Reveals Shocking Amount of Times Commentators Mentioned Wembley ’66

SIR JOHN CHILCOT’S 6,000-page report, published yesterday, was found to be littered with statements, quotes and running commentary of Wembley 1966, England, English player comparisons, the English Premiership and…oh!…the World Cup 1966, it has been reported.

The terrifying report also included warnings that were blatantly ignored, misinformation, and poorly prepared data relayed back to viewers during the European Championships in France.

Spokesperson for the Chilcot Inquiry told Dafty News: “The staggering amount of times England winning the World Cup fifty years ago was both irrelevant and unnecessary, despite warnings from Scottish viewers who tuned into ITV and BBC to watch matches.

Calls for TV studio pundits, commentators and co-commentators to be hanged just like Saddam Hussein escalated after England’s famous 4-2 victory over West Germany in the 1966 World Cup, despite one of the goals being clearly illegal after the ball didn’t cross the line, was mentioned during the Wales versus Portugal semi-final.

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