1. WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"With the items the Argyle Superstore has on offer for new-born babies,
it shows that it is now really possible for people to show their
support -- from the cradle to the grave."
-- Michael Dunford, the CEO of Plymouth Argyle, announcing that the English League Championship (second level) club will allow fans to order a personalized funeral complete with a decorated coffin and catering at the club's stadium.
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