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The debate that made Andy Goode and Henry Slade say the “world’s gone nuts”

Andy Goode and Henry Slade have shared their thoughts during a bizarre debate that riled the masses on whether or not cheering should be banned at children’s sporting games.

Piers Morgan wasn’t having it as he rebutted: ‘You’re always going to get idiots, but I’d say 95% have cheered on the team, cheered on their children and saluted the opposition if they win. ‘Now you want silence.’ Anna added: ‘This is plain planet silly, it’s a spectator sport.’



And rugby stars appeared to agree, as they felt the move was PC in overdrive.

Andy Goode was first to comment on the issue:

Before England and ExeterChiefs man Henry Slade backed him up.


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