Daniel Radcliffe shuns English football, calls players ‘cry babies’
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Last Updated: Monday, January 16, 2012, 13:16
  
Daniel Radcliffe shuns English football, calls players ‘cry babies’
London: Daniel Radcliffe, who has supported West London side in EPL since his childhood, has blasted today’s highly paid stars as “cry babies”.

The 22-year-old actor has revealed his newfound love for American football.

“I really love American football. The athleticism certainly far surpasses English football and it is exciting to watch,” the Mirror quoted him as saying.

“With English football, I am not as into it any more. They fall over and they cry,” he said.

However the Harry Potter star has not completely converted to American ways.

“I still love cricket. I play EA Cricket on the computer – I am a nerd. Seth Myers (comic) gave me the best definition of how to explain cricket to an American.

“It’s like baseball with two innings per side 10 outs and unlimited hits,” he added.

ANI

First Published: Monday, January 16, 2012, 13:16


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