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Not Every Englishman is Following The World Cup

Is Rio Ferdinand Too Old 600x746 Not Every Englishman is Following The World Cup

Cash Peters is one of the funniest persons on radio today. You may have heard his interviews on Marketplace (from NPR) or on BBC’s Five Live.

I thought it’d be interesting to interview Peters regarding the World Cup or what team he supports (he is English, after all). Here’s his hilarious response (see below). For more Cash Peters, go here.

Oh, I'm sorry to disappoint you, but I have absolutely zero knowledge

of, or interest in, sport of any kind. I didn't even know the WorldCup was happening until a customer service guy I was on the phone toat American Express asked me out of the blue if I knew how Ghana weredoing, and I thought, 'What an odd thing to say'.

So unfortunately I'd be wrong for your podcast. But good luck with itanyway.

Best

Cash.

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