On the one hand, dating someone who supports a rival team sounds like the worst of the two options and is something that our very own Helen has to live with on a daily basis.
You have to deal with some next team’s shirt knocking around your home; the hilarious #banter whenever your team loses; the arguments about who is better than who and what player should go where.
Even when I’m not ‘working’, I’m keeping an eye on other results, reading the latest football news and engaging with people on Twitter. If I was to date someone who wasn’t even open to the idea of becoming interested in football, what sort of relationship would we have?
They wouldn’t want to hear about my work, my interests, my hobbies.
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – JANUARY 13: Liverpool supporters soak up the atmosphere prior to the Barclays Premier League match between Liverpool and Arsenal at Anfield on January 13, 2016 in Liverpool, England.
(Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)They wouldn’t know why your matchday shirt just has to be ready the night before or why you have certain rituals you carry out before a game, like going to the same boozer, meeting up with mates you only see on a match day.
Stopping at a certain cafe, listening to a certain song.
Something I’ve also noticed is that if you’re going to argue, you’re going to argue.
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