Bill Buford's One With The Crowd

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Bill Buford stated that in Cambridge English football is an entertaining, thrilling, and brutal game, which a crowd enjoys to watch on the terrace win or lose. There is no sport that is more pleasurable to watch and be a part of as a spectator like English football. Spectators stampede their way by pushing and shoving each other to in barriers to find seats. Even as they find there seats they swear, punch and threatened each other. This crowds atmosphere is as every united together as a saying “One with the crowd”. The experience is constant physical contact as if there animals in a pen. With there being more intensity with in the crowd than any other sport. As a spectator, you breathe as if you are in one unit waiting for a shot in a goal

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