THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

7 October ~ "I enjoyed the mention of a rabbit on a lead at the Builth Wells in last week's Howl. But what's the best animal that Howl readers have seen at a football ground? Earlier this month I went to see Sutton United v Dorchester Town. After Sutton won 3-1, one joyous fan grabbed his Jack Russell and held it above his head in celebration. No word on whether the dog was as enthusiastic about Paul Telfer's performance as his owner." Sent in by James Waterson. Taken from this week's Weekly Howl

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