Because, you see, I said this.
Even the righteous have trouble imposing their morals on us during World Cups [...]Of course, in my defence I did append a disclaimer.
[...] although this could be a test case for their increased powers so one never knows.Well, I think we know now, don't we? You were warned before the Algeria game, so if you ignored the advice you only have yourself to blame.
Watching the World Cup on television could increase the risk of dying from heart disease, scientists have warned.So if it goes to extra time ...
The Medical Research Council (MRC) research, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, found 373 of the group - one in 35 - died from heart disease over a ten-year period.
Enjoy the match you