UK-BASED fans of American football are to be allowed to openly discuss the sport for one day.Look, it’s a gay robot carrying a peanut
Wembley Stadium will host the Oakland Raiders and the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, signalling a 24-hour window for American football fans to venture out in their ludicrously oversized shirts with nonsensical logos.
Oakland fan Stephen Malley said: In my daily life I have to keep very quiet about what Im into.
If I mention anything people will think Im deranged, or, even worse, American.
Sometimes the morning after ‘the game’ its obvious Ive stayed up until 5am watching telly, but I just hope my colleagues presume Im a serial killer.
For Sunday only, fans will also be allowed to refer to American football simply as ‘football’, talk about teams in the plural and refer to skimpily-clad women as cheerleaders rather than the English term slappers.
Malley said: I hope Oakland wins, but I just cant wait to see some football.
Plus itll be great to be able to yell fumble in public and not get punched.
A crowd of 90,000 is expected at the Wembley event but fans have been asked not to take photos to protect the privacy of those present.