Saturday, 9 July 2016

Who Will Win The Euro 2016 Final?

Let's ask Siri...


According to wikipedia, Siri is 'an intelligent personal assistant who answers questions and makes recommendations', so out of curiosity I decided to ask Siri who would win the Euro 2016 final between France and Portugal.  Siri had a quite a bit to say on the subject, so here are some of her quotes...

"Hey Siri, who will win Euro 2016?"

Siri started by showing her sense of humour...





Judging by the following replies, Siri could quite easily get a job as a TV football pundit...







Siri then showed her philosophical side...



Siri certainly can't have been referring to England with her next answer...



When I pressed Siri for a definite answer, she sat on the fence...



She was equally as evasive when I asked her who will win the Premier League...



But finally, I did get Siri to give me a straight answer when I asked her which Premier League football team she supported...

Siri has a cheeky dig at Aston Villa.

Good luck to both teams in tomorrow's final.

And remember it's a game of two halves, so always give 110%, because the opposition might have a good team on paper, but it's on the pitch where it counts, and at the end of the day goals win games, so in my book it'll come down to whichever side wants it most, and remember, you can't win the match in the first ten minutes, but you can lose it ... or something.

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Siri likes to root for the underdog and Leicester City showed that this year has been the year of the underdog when they upset the odds to win the Premier League.  You can relive Leicester's success in the book 'Dilly Ding! Dilly Dong!', the story of the most incredible season in the history of English football, told in quotes by the players, managers, pundits and fans. Available now for kindle from Amazon:

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