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Also, Iker Casillas favourite band is Roxette !
Anyone know any more?
loves Belle and Sebastian.
Wilco and Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks
Dunno why anyone would expect anything else from Murray though.
whoever is playing Andy Murray
but, weirdly, quite likes Deerhunter
oh Andy :(
In order to catch the Cocteau Twins...
He's got the look.
is a huge fan of Sunn0)))
When have sports and music ever had an artistically profitable overlap?
*Posts link to John Barnes rap*
is a big fan of Phil Neville. "The lad puts a shift in week after week" he is quoted as saying, "and the move to Everton gave him a new lease of life."
Seriously man, you've got enough money to buy decent headphones that doesn't pollute the entire train carriage with Sister fucking Sledge.
As I went to get off I gave him a dirty look for the anti-social behaviour (strongest weapon in the bedwetter armoury) and then had to stand next to him for aaaaages whilst waiting for the train doors to open. Turns out he lives opposite me.
sparkling personality ;)
to call someone a cock
So I can almost see the logic there.
a friend said he saw him go berserk at subways gig a few years back also
You have to listen to something while putting the practice hours in. This is difficult to achieve if your sport is played outdoors however.
that snooker player that likes The Necks
Motson`s a Junglist.
is the winner of best tennis pun EVER
loves Nick Drake
loves Pixies and The Velvet Underground.
Pat Nevin, as discussed, listens to Cocteau Twins, Belle and Sebastian, LOVES Camera Obscura.
Rio Ferdinand likes The Stone Roses (?!).
The Football League Show's Clem once asked me who Joanna Newsom was. He wasn't impressed when I said "she plays the harp and she's playing at the RAH tonight".
"what happened to going out on the piss on a Friday night?" was the general response!
Initially thought it must be the most middle-class club night ever.
likes Tame Impala :D
according a swifty on gooooogle
Listened to the records under the influence of various drugs (just not alcohol, which Charlie Hurley told him to stay off before matches) most nights