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  • Nostalgia fuels patriotism among British footy fans
  • Nostalgia fuels patriotism among British footy fans
    Joe Flood (2017) ©
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Nostalgia fuels patriotism among British footy fans

A YouGov poll has found that over three-quarters of people in the UK say they're proud to be British. And it seems that this sense of patriotism is magnified among fans of Premier League football, who take more pride in the nation's cultural offerings and home-grown brands.

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