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Low life

The joy of morphine sulphate

1 October 2022

9:00 AM

1 October 2022

9:00 AM

Two football friends, brothers, Mick and Pete, came to visit last week. We’ve been going to matches together since 1969, aged 12, in the good old skinhead days when the police enjoyed a punch-up as much as anybody. We used to travel all over the country on Lacey’s Coaches for away games and looked up to the older hooligans as gods.

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