One in ten footie fans would quit sex in exchange for their team winning the league, survey claims

    ONE in ten football fans would go celibate in exchange for winning the league, a survey claims.

    A poll of 2,000 supporters all over the UK found that 200 would be happy to sacrifice sex if it meant their team being crowned champions.

    One in 10 football fans would go celibate in exchange for their team winning the league, a survey claims

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    Analysts quizzed fans from all 20 Premier League teams, 24 Championship sides and 12 Scottish Premiership outfits to see who was most willing to stop scoring.

    The most devoted were Liverpool supporters, with 17 per cent saying they would spurn nookie for a season in return for the Reds winning the English top flight, which they’ve only done once since 1990.

    Next were fans of Championship side Birmingham City (15 per cent), then Scottish Prem side Hearts (14 per cent), followed by Prem teams Manchester City (13 per cent) and Nottingham Forest (11 per cent).

    The least willing were supporters of Celtic and Rangers — with just six per cent saying they would impose a bonking ban for a league win.

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    But that might be because they are spoiled, with no other team landing the Scottish top flight since Aberdeen in 1984/85.

    Fans of Premier League sides Newcastle, Southampton and Leeds were next, on seven per cent each, according to the Sportsbreaks.com. study.        

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