Gary Lineker came out for Remain and everyone is making the same joke

Louis Dor
Wednesday 22 June 2016 15:00
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Warning: This article contains one swearword, repeated so many times you'll only connect it with Gary Lineker in future, and for that we are sorry.

Gary Lineker is a former England striker and record World Cup final goalscorer, and instantly recognisable sports presenter.

He's also big on Twitter, and if you follow him you'll notice there is a recurrent theme in the replies to literally anything he tweets.

Lineker has addressed this himself, and it's probably best to let him explain:

He's referencing the 1990 World Cup Group F match against Republic of Ireland, in which he was feeling rather ill, and relieved himself on the pitch following a slide tackle.

Lineker has recently come out as a 'Remain' supporter...

...meaning that everyone has taken advantage of the open goal:

I mean, what else did we expect from Gary Lineker's replies?

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