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Oh for the glory, glory days of Christian Gross

On Thursday evening, a mere three hours after The Fiver’s jobby extravaganza, in which we took advantage of legitimate journalistic reasons to write about jobby and use the word jobby, Tottenham Hotspur took to the field at their pristine stadium and set about defiling it with what appeared to be some sort of still-life tribute to the work of Italian conceptual artist Piero Manzoni. Either that, or it was a garden-variety dirty protest. There must have been something in the air.
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