“Don’t compare me to Wenger,” says ideologue celebrating 2nd place finish

Politician who repeatedly refused to quit says he doesn't see similarities.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
TRIUMPHANT: Corbyn (Image: Chatham House, London)

A sexagenarian ideologue from north London who repeatedly refused to quit and is now celebrating coming 2nd has asked not to be compared to Arsène Wenger.

Jeremy, a politician from Islington, spoke to Football Burp midway through a celebratory falafel binge having landed the trophy for finishing as runner-up in yesterday’s General Election.

He said: “I really don’t see the similarities, to be honest.

“For starters, Arsène spent the last year getting dog’s abuse from his own supporters before silencing the doubters by finishing on a high sometime this summer, whereas I…

“Oh right, I think I get it now.”

He added: “I may not have won but you should check out my points total.”