The BIG Christ­mas in­ter­view!

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STURRIDGE SAYS: “I’d prob­a­bly say the Dream­cast con­sole I got when I was eight or nine years old. I loved it, man!” STURRIDGE SAYS: “It’s al­ways a good time. There’s good food, which is usu­ally Caribbean-themed, there’s good ban­ter and good vibes. We al­ways play domi­noes – it’s my favourite game and a bit of a tra­di­tion in our fam­ily!”

STURRIDGE SAYS: “Back in the day we’d go to my nan’s on Christ­mas Eve and ex­change presents. Those times are my fond­est mem­o­ries – we’d just be chill­ing and vib­ing out to­gether!” STURRIDGE SAYS: “It’s stren­u­ous and a lot more stress­ful on your body than any other time. To be fair, I think it’s the best time as well – be­cause if the team is per­form­ing well, you can keep the run go­ing and if you lose a game, you al­ways have a chance to bounce back!” STURRIDGE SAYS: “The roasties, man – you’ve got to try to avoid them if you can. It’s dif­fi­cult, I’m not go­ing to lie, but it’s just one day. The club usu­ally puts rice pud­ding on for us as a dessert!” STURRIDGE SAYS: “I’m a guy! That’s my favourite Christ­mas movie ever. I grew up watch­ing it – it’s a clas­sic! Once they got to

with­out Ma­caulay Culkin it just didn’t feel right. They should have kept him in there, man!”

“No! I can’t even name one of them, apart from Ru­dolph!”

“It de­pends how they're pre­pared, but I’m go­ing to say no if they’ve been steamed. Ha-ha!”

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