My dad loves football. He always has, hell, there's this legendary tale of him setting the alarm clock to two/three a.m. to get up and watch the '90 world cup, on working days. (Don't even get him started on Diego Maradona) This is not exactly the norm in this great cricket mad nation of ours.
So, when your dad is that football crazy, you have two options. In or Out. And I chose the smart one.
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