Fan Creates Thread Of Premier League Managers As Simpsons' Characters
The Simpsons have predicted pretty much everything that's happened in recent times and it seems they've also predicted who would be managing each Premier League team.
With 639 episodes over 31 years, it's no surprise that the Simpsons have managed to have a storyline for pretty much every occasion.
Now one fan has compared characters from the show, some of whom are pretty niche and have only appeared in one episode, to the managers of every team in England's top tier and some of them are incredibly spot on. Watford might wish they'd taken the washer and dryer combo.
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There's some absolutely spot on shouts in that threat, and the Hornets going for the mystery box is definitely my favourite.
David Moyes as the all but hapless Moe Szyslak, only occasionally coming out on top but usually finding new ways to screw things up, will probably speak to fans of his former clubs.
And Steve Bruce as Monty Burns' son Larry is also hilariously accurate, possibly a bit harsh on the Newcastle United manager who's ended up doing a better job this season than many expected.
Unky Herb, or Brendan Rodgers as he's more commonly referred to, will be hoping that he can be inventine enough to earn his side a place in the Champions League on the last day of the season.
Leicester take on Manchester United in a potential play-off for fourth spot. Both sides could still finish in the top four if Ms Botz's Chelsea lose to Senor Ding-Dong's Wolves team.
The Simpsons did predict Neymar being killed at the World Cup, as happened in 2014 in Brazil, so maybe Leicester, Manchester United, Chelsea, Aston Villa, Watford and Bournemouth fans will be looking through all the episodes to try and work out their clubs' fates on Sunday.
Who do you think will finish in the top four and bottom three? Let us know in the comments.
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