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Don't forget Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas.
Anyway, like I say, I don't know much about football - but I'm sure there used to be, back in the day, the dream of playing for your local team. This is certainly what I've understood on the matter anyway.
But my point is that football is a pretty grotesque and swollen corporate excuse for a sport - but when the 90 minutes start and the red mist comes down, it is still nonetheless pure sport. Same with Formula 1. When the cars are on track, battling away, that's what it's all about.