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Football Fans Are Discussing Their Favourite Wild 'Theories' On Social Media

Football Fans Are Discussing Their Favourite Wild 'Theories' On Social Media

Football fans have taken to Twitter and revealed their favourite bizarre 'theories' about the beautiful game.

@WillBanks took to Twitter and stated: "Incredibly bored so I want to hear peoples favourite football 'theories'. For example, I thoroughly believe Liverpool play Chelsea 5 times a season and although Newcastle are away today I'm pretty sure they play 37 home games a season."

He probably didn't expect the reaction he's gotten and fans from across the world have chimed in with their own assumptions in world football.

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Manchester City fans will likely aggrieved as one fan suggests they always get the easiest Champions League groups.

Check out some of the best picks below, which cover topics such as who your team plays, doesn't play and even regenerating players.

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What are some of your more bizarre football 'theories'?

Let us know in the comments below.

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Topics: Manchester City, Liverpool, Football News, Football, Manchester United, Man utd, Premier League, FA Cup, bournemouth, Arsenal, Burnley

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