A BREXITER hopes to hear no more foolishness about the wisdom of leaving the EU after last night’s England game.
For Wayne Hayes of Peterborough every English goal in this first proud, independent, sovereign Euros has been another nail in the Remain case’s coffin, if you look at the facts.
He said: “1966. We weren’t in the Common Market. We won the World Cup.
“1968. Our resolve was weakening and we lose shabbily to Beckenbauer. 1970, they knock us out of the World Cup. 1973 we join the Common Market and never win again.
“2021, we’re out of the federal European superstate and breathing free, and we bloody marmalise them. Now you’re not claiming that’s coincidence.
“All those losses. All those years. It could have come home on schedule in ’96. We’d have had the confidence after winning the shoot-out and the Cup in ’90. Everything the Germans have ever won was rightfully ours all along.
“From now on, anyone who says anything bad about Brexit is saying they want England to lose. And I’m not having that.”