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A Little Bit of Football Wit - Quips and Quotes for the Football Fanatic - cover

A Little Bit of Football Wit - Quips and Quotes for the Football Fanatic

Tom Hay

Publisher: Summersdale

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Summary

‘Football is a game with 22 players, two linesmen and 20,000 referees.’
 
Bob Monkhouse
 
Treat your mates to a hearty half-time chuckle with this mini-collection of football humour – the very best quips and quotes for lovers of the beautiful game.

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