Cheers and booze
Let's face it, one of the hallmarks of English soccer culture is the excessive drinking that surrounds it. From the legions of lager-loving louts who travel by train up and down the country on game day to the after-hours bar brawls that are sport for players on their days off, it's as much as part of the EPL as diving, take-no-prisoners tackling and WAGs.
And it's nothing new.
The sainted Bobby Moore, captain of England's 1966 World Cup champions, did TV spots extolling ...
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