The best San Marino jokes after 5-0 Wembley defeat

Yet another unevenly matched clash for the minnows of world football.

They're probably used to it by now but there were many San Marino jokes after the 5-0 Euro 2016 qualification defeat to England at Wembley
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After yet another unevenly matched qualification clash for minnows of world football, check out this collection of the best San Marino jokes from their 5-0 defeat to England.


Euro 2016 must have seemed a long way off for the enclaved microstate on the border of Italy as they suffered through yet another big loss at Wembley.

Here are the best San Marino jokes from England’s 5-0 Group E win:

Shop worker playing up-top for San Marino tonight named 'Rinaldi'..Rinlidl, Rinasda and Rinsainsburys didn't get the call. #sorry #itsearly

— Karl Jones (@KarlJ92) October 9, 2014

San Marino are dead last in the FIFA World rankings, level with Bhutan, and just behind Euro Disney and Puerto Banús #SanMarinoFacts

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 9, 2014

San Marino players be like pic.twitter.com/57D7KQ15PX

— Mason (@MaceHornyyy) October 9, 2014

The San Marino keeper has been beaten 162 times in 40 games…including an own goal from his twin brother. #ouch

— Anfield HQ (@AnfieldHQ96) October 9, 2014

Heart goes out to the six San Marino players who don't have their own Wikipedia page: http://t.co/HgTbZslpuo

— Football Clichés (@FootballCliches) October 9, 2014

Just read on Wiki that San Marino's biggest industry is tourism. That's fine – but what do visitors do with the rest of the morning?

— Danny Baker (@prodnose) October 9, 2014

During home games, every time San Marino kick the ball out the stadium and into Italy they have to pay 60 euros to get it back.

— Danny Baker (@prodnose) October 9, 2014

Most of these San Marino players have work in the morning.

— V.Simmons (@_VSimmons) October 9, 2014

One thing about them San Marino players I bet they one have a hell of a shirt collection.

— Grant mccann (@grantmccann11) October 9, 2014

This guy could play for San Marino. pic.twitter.com/lRq3JR6a9Q

— Sunday League Footy (@SundayChants) October 9, 2014

Wonder what the Sunday League pub sides are like in San Marino …

— Nigel Pauley (@nigelpauley) October 9, 2014

San Marino translates into English as 'St Mirren' #sanmarinofacts

— Mudhuts Media (@mudhutter) October 9, 2014

Interesting: No instrument has yet been invented that is accurate enough to say when an airplane has violated San Marino's air space.

— Danny Baker (@prodnose) October 9, 2014

Great night for San Marino. Looking forward to a steak dinner in Garfunkels tomorrow & picking up some souvenirs in M & M World

— martin kelner (@martinkelner) October 9, 2014

60 straight defeats for San Marino. They drastically need a change of form if they're to qualify from this group.

— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) October 9, 2014

San Marino coach Pierangelo Manzaroli suggests he won't be in this job in five years "because the stress levels are so high"

— Oliver Kay (@OliverKayTimes) October 9, 2014

Top banter from the official San Marino twitter page. pic.twitter.com/82y7MaV1UZ

— NextBet.co.uk (@NextBetTips) October 9, 2014

Mum: "is san marino where the pet detective is from?" No mum, thats Dan Marino. Put the wine down..

— Ezra Drann (@EzraDrann) October 9, 2014

Football fact: San Marino is French for 'without sea'. The tiny land-locked nation has one soccer pitch which the entire population lives on

— John Fidler (@johnfidler) October 9, 2014

San Marino's last 60 games since April 2004): LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL (Key: W=won, D=drew, L=lost)

— Oliver Kay (@OliverKayTimes) October 9, 2014