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Westmeath pub sends a strong message to Italy!

Wednesday, 22nd June, 2016 2:34pm
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Westmeath pub sends a strong message to Italy!
Westmeath pub sends a strong message to Italy!

This Westmeath pub has sent a strong message to Italy ahead of tonight's big game.

John Daly's in Mullingar, well known for its hilarious notice board postings, is taking the qualifiers very seriously!

Outside it's doors today it has posted a message to Italy, it reads:

"Dear (good friends) Italy, you know the way we think you're sound, and we love your wine, restaurants, chippers and (women)....

"We will boycott all of these if you don't let us win on Wednesday,

"Lots of love, everyone in Ireland."

The message also includes a "P.S" to Belgium!

"PS Belgium: We love your beer and chocolate, please beat Sweden"

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