George and Lynne are at the football and once again they are playing a team in blue. At first glance we might think that they are at Manchester United but then we see the actual crowd. This is lower league football, just as we suspected from before. It's difficult to know exactly which team George and Lynne support. We now know it's not Tooting & Mitcham FC. More research is needed.
Lynne is a season ticket holder at 'United' but not only does she not follow the game, losing track of the score, but she also starts cheering for the other team. This doesn't sound like a true supporter. It seems that she's not really interested in United. Lynne has never liked United. She is a supporter of a completely different team, although not Rovers, and is upset that United's rise up the league is at the expense of her beloved 'City' or 'Town'.
George however is really interested in the game. So much so that he has noticed the fifth United goal before anyone else in the crowd. He has also been able to get out a sentence out before the roar of the crowd drowns him out. However, this last goal maybe much time later as George and Lynne are now in a crowd surrounded by the Terracotta Army. We all know that a non-league ground is a perfect place to store a 2000 year old artifact between exhibitions.