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Not being a regular match goer I didn't realise that(until I worked at Ibrox) a number of people do die from heart attacks at football matches. The tension and sudden excitements just lend to it.

A sad day for the persons family and the result is immaterial. Try standing up at the funeral and saying that it is ok, because Norwich won. Football doesn't matter at such times.

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7 hours ago, KiwiScot said:

Not being a regular match goer I didn't realise that(until I worked at Ibrox) a number of people do die from heart attacks at football matches. The tension and sudden excitements just lend to it.

A sad day for the persons family and the result is immaterial. Try standing up at the funeral and saying that it is ok, because Norwich won. Football doesn't matter at such times.

KS, my point was that the person (he?) was doing something they really liked doing, when their 'time' came, not because of the win. 

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