Football and sex: Svengolly - The Economist

Football and sex: Svengolly

Football and sex: Svengolly - The Economist
Football and sex: Svengolly
Published Aug 07, 2004
648 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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Too much scoring off the pitch, and not enough on it TWO middle-aged, unmarried executives have affairs with the same unmarried, 37-year-old female employee. Potentially a bit embarrassing, but not much worse--unless, that is, the organisation...

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