Reading vs Huddersfield

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As Guy Martin says:

I have nothing against football. It just seems very wasteful losing two hours of my life to watch 22 millionaires on TV chasing a bag full of wind in their underwear.
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Fed-up wrote: 29 May 2017 17:18 As Guy Martin says:

I have nothing against football. It just seems very wasteful losing two hours of my life to watch 22 millionaires on TV chasing a bag full of wind in their underwear.
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My thoughts exactly
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I am sorry for the fans
Football has never interested me in the slightest but it means a lot to some
It seems a bit tough that they get to "nearly there" and loose out on so much cash but that's "sport"
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dave m wrote: 29 May 2017 20:01 I am sorry for the fans
Football has never interested me in the slightest but it means a lot to some
It seems a bit tough that they get to "nearly there" and loose out on so much cash but that's "sport"
'Lose', not 'loose'. Detention for you, and get that hair cut.

Maybe it's better anyway. Bigger matches mean more pissed-up yobs in town which costs us all.

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It was an exciting finish, actually. Considering I hate football, I enjoyed the game. First time at Wembley so a new experience too. Pens is a hard way to go out but they were so evenly matched.......
Disclaimer: it wasn't me as wot said it, it was my iPad spellchecker!
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