Euro Hangover? Cheer Up And Shop The Indi Sale July 01, 2016 15:31

Euro Hangover? Cheer Up And Shop The Indi Sale

While Irish footie fans can be proud of their teams’ achievements, and Welsh fans continue to support their amazing team’s progression through the Euros, England are out of a major championship in shameful fashion yet again-that’s now 50 years of hurt, no doubt leaving you feeling a bit down in the mouth about English football.

If you travelled across the channel to watch England’s ‘lions’ and have returned with a heavy heart, empty wallet and a massive Euro 2016 hangover, there’s no need to wallow in self pity. It’s over. There’s nothing you can do about it, except turn to us in your hour of need, because we’ve got just the right kind of advice to get you over that crushing England defeat...

  1. Support Wales!

They may speak with a funny accent and talk fondly of sheep, but at least they have a team with passion, as well as the World’s most expensive player! So follow Wales in the Euros - you’ll feel better for it and it’ll give you the perfect excuse to buy a new team shirt and still go down the pub to watch the footie.

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  1. Discuss the future of English football with your mates

There’s no need to suffer in silence, so why not head to the pub with your mates and talk through that shambolic performance against Iceland? You all know better than Roy and his backroom staff and anyway, a couple of wet ones and a bit of banter solves all problems.

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  1. Turn off the sports news

 You don’t need to see Roy Hodgson’s miserable face appearing every ten minutes at press conferences and reminding you of that fateful night in Nice. So turn it off and go down the pub.

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  1. Remember it is just a game

And before you start quoting Bill Shankly and going on about football being more important than life itself, just remember that Football is just a game. We’re told that all the time by strange-looking librarian types who don’t actually know anything about the game, but they have a point at times like this. Time spent doing the stuff you love is far more important than yet another England loss. So get on with your life, safe in the knowledge that it will happen all over again in two years time, call your mates and go down the pub.

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  1. Remember we’re used to this

Been there, done it, got the T Shirt (all of ‘em since 1966). We are brilliant at losing big matches-it’s expected. Hey - perhaps we can turn this around into some kind of lesson for the younger players; we’re showing the up and coming stars of the future how NOT to play! Then again, it hasn’t worked so far so there’s only really one thing left to do. Go down the pub!

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  1. Remember the good times

Go down the pub, down a few, and let yourself drift into a nostalgic state as you reminisce about Gazza’s goal against Scotland at Euro 96 and Michael Owen’s timeless goal against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup – remember the times the England team has kinda done OK and tell yourself the good times are just around the next corner, if only they can find a decent manager.

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  1. Try a different sport

Only kidding!

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