Football legend Jimmy Bullard helps England’s worst team – after they lost 26-0

Manchester-based Cavaliers FC have conceded 113 goals in 11 games this season – but Wigan hero Athletic Bullard hopes to coach them to victory

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Jimmy Bullard supports the ‘worst’ team in England

A team dubbed WORST in England after a 26-0 loss has been offered a lifesaver – by former Premier League footballer Jimmy Bullard.

The Wigan Athletic hero was brought in to help the Manchester-based Cavaliers FC, which have lost every game of the season.

After dealing with a team with no goalkeeper and only one defender, the club issued a plea for help on social media following Avenue FC’s embarrassing stabbing.

The Specsavers discovered the post and connected the faction with Bullard, with the ultimate goal of getting them to rank up.

Over the next few months, Jimmy will take the team through their paces with a series of drills, challenges, and workshops.

And as well as making sure the players’ eyesight is in good working order, the Specsavers have also provided the Cavaliers with a sleek new kit and nutritional supplements for them.

Wigan Athletic hero Jimmy Bullard hopes to lead Cavaliers FC to defeat in victory



Jimmy Bullard said: “The team is in dire need of help from The Bulldog.

“They’ve struggled in every game this season, and I’m telling anyone who will listen if we’re not involved at the moment, it’s very clear that they’ll end up in last place. of the tournament.

“Never fear though – together with the Specsavers, we hope to turn their fortunes around by refocusing the team, boosting new player registrations and ensuring players are on top of the game. highest level for their matches.

“I look forward to leading this underdog team, the Cavaliers FC, and sharing my tips and experiences to help them win their upcoming matches.

“There’s still a lot of work to be done, but hopefully this will put them on the path to glory – or at least win a game this season.”

Manager and team founder Ben Gage is eager to turn things around for his Manchester League side.

He added: “We started the season with optimism and everything went brilliantly – for the other teams.

“As things have settled, we played 11 games and lost all 11 games. We scored a total of five goals and conceded 113 goals.

Second Division Cavaliers FC have conceded 113 goals in 11 games this season



“In the first game, we lost 3-1 but we feel confident to go on. However, in our second game, we then lost 16-0, and things could have gone wrong, went wrong in that game.

“Since then, we have continued to lose every game, including a big hit when we lost 26-0 in a game where we had no goalkeeper and only one defender.

“Our players got fed up and started losing interest. That’s when we put out a call on social media to find some experienced new players and swap squads.

“In the future we want to move up into the leagues and perhaps eventually move into semi-pro – but for now we just need to focus on winning the first game of the season.”

Specsavers will record the team’s progress on a Youtube Channelwith the help of resident armchair fans, Statman Dave and Stephen Tries.

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