I don't envy those football supporters who face a nervous weekend.
I'd much rather settle for mid table mediocrity than be involved in a relegation battle.
It's horrible, as a fan, to go into the last game of the season needing a point or three for your team to stay up. You have one eye on the match in front of you, and one ear tuned to the radio to hear how other clubs are getting on. Or worse, you rely on the Chinese whispers coming at you from all directions in the crowd. The number of . . .
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