Directed by: David Evans
Starring: Bea Guard, Colin Firth, Luke Aikman, Neil Pearson, Ruth Gemmell
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Sport
Arsenal win the big match. There's a big celebration and Paul gets the woman!
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Paul Ashworth: Why is it that adults aren't supposed to go mad about anything? You gotta keep a lid on it. And if you don't then people are apparently entitled to say what they like. "You haven't grown up. You're a moron. Your conversation is trivial and boorish. You can't express your emotional needs. You can't relate to your children." And you die, lonely and miserable. But you know, what the hell, every cloud has a silver lining.
On 26th May 1989, the Liverpool v Arsenal game kicked off at 8pm, which meant it would be 9:50 at the earliest before the end of the game. Sunset was at 8.59 that day (I checked!) so why is it still light when they're celebrating?