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English tourists had no idea where A man cannot survive on beer alone he also needs Worcester Warriors shirt their village was, funnily enough even here in England people are unsure of where certain counties are, and unfortunately when most people are unaware of Worcestershire, I have to end with “it’s near Birmingham”. I have nothing against Birmingham, in fact I love it there, but the moment you say it’s “near” there, people instantly assume you live in the industrialised metropolis of the West Midlands, and have a Brummie accent. Which gives me more reason to identify with my county. In regards to sports, I support my local rugby team Worcester Warriors (my Gloucestershire friends condemn this as they are Gloucester fans), but for football, as you can imagine we lack in actual talented football clubs, with our closest “good” team being Birmingham City or Aston Villa, so instead I went the family route and went for Everton.