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1 Comment

  1. Sam on February 23, 2012 at 9:00 pm

    That’s anoehtr reason added to the list! Agree with that. The FA doesn’t do itself any favours. Take the game around the country and pick up fans along the way, gain national interest. At the moment, there isn’t much enthusiasm for the national side outside London.

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