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Girlfriend furious as lad travels 660 miles to see League 1 footie side instead of her – but he’s hailed a ‘legend’

A GIRLFRIEND is livid after a boyfriend journeyed 660 miles to see his team play an away game instead of seeing her — but some have hailed him a “legend”. She had been eager to spend time with her lad who only lived eight miles away after going a week without seeing each other.  But […] ...

A GIRLFRIEND is livid after a boyfriend journeyed 660 miles to see his team play an away game instead of seeing her — but some have hailed him a “legend”.

She had been eager to spend time with her lad who only lived eight miles away after going a week without seeing each other. 

The disgruntled girlfriend threw it open to Twitter on whether her boyfriend had got his priorities right?
The distance he travelled to his game in Morocame

But despite living close by it appeared her footie-obsessed boyfriend had other things on his mind.

For instead of leaping at the opportunity to see his girlfriend, the lad decided to travel 330 miles from Kent to see Charlton Athletic play away.

The long-haul train journey would take five hours and 45 minutes by train to watch the match against Morecambe. 

Taking to Twitter under the username @sash_marie, she asked fellow users where her man’s priorities lay?

She said: “I live right miles away from my boyfriend and haven’t seen him in almost a week.

“This morning he left at 8am as he’s travelling 330 miles to Morecambe for #CAFC and he wonders why I’m mad. What do you reckon his priority is?”

But some jumped to support his decision. 

One user said: “What a legend.”

Another added: “Absolute lad in my book.”

And someone else claimed: “Women come and go but your first love will always remain. Good on him, shame on you.”

While a third said: “Girls come and go, your football club doesn’t.”

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