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On Freaky Friday I saw Harry Potter signing for Man United
Quidditch by John Morgan This is my entry into the second installment of @pete's Freaky Friday contest. I would implore you all to have a go at this contest. It's a lot of fun, and offers a great way to gain some followers, upvotes and maybe even a prize of 28SCR! Here is the link, so go on give it a go! https://scorum.com/en-us/other/@pete/it-s-freaky-friday-again Harry who? I was lucky enough to be at the Hogwarts Football final on this famous day in London. It was a match to remember and teen sensation Harry lit up the field scoring three hatricks. No, not Harry Kane, Harry Potter. In the photo above we can see the opposing team trying to keep out his eight goal with their broomsticks. They started the game with just the one goalkeeper, but by end of the second half they had reverted to an unheard of formation of 3-8-0-0, deploying three goalkeepers and eight defenders. The photo captures their three goal keepers desperately trying to keep out this dipping volley from in form Potter. Such is the form that Potter has been in, he has been attracting the attention of managers from around the world of football. Mourinho has always been a fan Jose Mourinho has always liked the type of player Potter is, and when Paul Pogba decided to leave Man United earlier this year to become a full time hair dresser, Potter was the perfect man to fill the role. Having failed dismally at finding a winning formula by empowering players and using any modicum of tactical know-how, Mourinho found great solace in the magical skills of Potter. Mourinho said soon after watching videos of Potters trio of hatricks above: " Harry is a special type of player. Ronaldo was good. Messi was better, but Potter is on another planet. The way he glides past players is pure magic" After getting kicked out of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Harry started playing football with a few mates in his street, and quickly honed his skills. Once he came under the spotlight of Jose, it was inevitable what would happen. This morning Potter joined Man United for a record fee Jose finally got his man this morning in a deal thought to be worth £865. He is confident that Harry is the man to take Man United from the Vauxhall conference, back up to League Two. Having manged draws against Wrexham and Leyton Orient in their last two games, Mourinho feels they have finally turned a corner. When asked about Pep's record 10th Premier League title in a row, Jose threw a pie at our reporters head. Tune in next week, to see what type of pie it was and to see how Man United faired in their crunch game with Solihull Moors at Damson Park. Thanks as always for reading. Hope you got a bit of a laugh out of that! Peace Out.
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