A WIFE claims her husband’s obsession with Rangers drove her to an affair.
Cheater Amanda, from Glasgow, meets her bit on the side every time there’s a game and says it’s the happiest she’s ever been during their marriage.
She reckons the Rangers' match results impact her other half’s mood too much and that it’s his fault she sought out another man six years her junior.
Amanda says: “You know how people say the sun and weather has a direct impact on their mood and the second the suns out it makes them ten times more happy?
“Well that’s the same as my husband and football. One bad match and he’ll literally be in a mood for weeks.
“It hangs over him like a dark cloud when his team isn’t perform well, it’s not normal. It’s probably why he hasn’t got a promotion at work all year either, because he’s too pre-occupied with how his teams doing.
“My husband being into football so much had never bothered me like it does some people.
“But he just gets so incredibly stressed before every match, then watching the match is even more stressful, then if they lose, it will be like the world’s ending for weeks after.
“If they win, it will also be like the world’s ending because he’ll be out drinking and celebrating on cloud nine. It’s no life for me.”
She added: “He cannot concentrate on anything else, let alone our relationship.
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“And I’m just tired of even trying to communicate with him. It’s boring and I feel like I’m putting in all the effort and getting zero back.
“I’m surprised it’s taken me this long. This year I’ve just been like, f**k it, he gets to watch football whenever he likes, I’m going to do something for myself.
“So I signed up to illicitencounters.com and have been seeing my beau every Saturday when the footballs on ever since.
“It’s been easy. I actually feel like my husband’s so hyper-focussed on football he wouldn’t even notice if I was seeing my lover in our own house.
“He’s just got this cheeky smile and is always happy to see me. I used to dread the stress of the weekends but now it’s the main thing I look forward to and I can’t bare the thought of the football season ending and not being able to meet up for our usual Saturday dates.
“I’ve got no intention of stopping seeing him though. Just because the football season is coming to an end doesn’t mean my husband is going to be any more pleasant to be around. And seeing my boyfriend has honestly made me so much happier.”
“Falling for my boyfriend has kind of shown me what I’ve been missing. I’ve been miserable in this marriage for years, and I do have to question what it is that’s keeping me here.
“We’ve been together for 10 years which is a long time to just throw away, but will it ever change? Can we ever be happy with football hanging over us?”
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