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Little known fact: every football computer game can be won simply by purchasing John Barnes. Dedicated to Goatherder, the only user I've ever bothered subscribing to, but now seems to be banned, so I've reposted one of his video's, and passed it off as my own. I only did it because this video needs to be seen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Computer game adverts from 1980s football bbc micro john barnes spectrum amstrad dodgy russian accent arcade commodore big league soccer tramnere rovers

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