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Confessions: My husband loves Liverpool FC more than me so I've started cheating on him

Girl Talk - By Mirror | November 3rd 2020 at 07:54:31 GMT +0300
He spends hours in front of the TV (Photo: Shutterstock)

A dental technician from Chester has shared how she has been experiencing the 'seven-year itch' just three years into her marriage.

Sasha, 32, claims she's bored of her husband Steve, as he prefers watching football on television to having sex with her.

So as he enjoys his love affair with Liverpool FC the woman has decided to embark on her own affair with an IT manager, thanks to illicitencounters.com, a dating site for married people.

"The sad truth is that Steve is having an affair with Jurgen Klopp, Jordan Henderson, Virgil van Dijk and the rest of the guys at Liverpool FC," said Sasha.

"His life revolves around football and if he is not watching on TV, he is down the pub with his mates talking about the match.

"It has been particularly bad in the last year when Liverpool were on the brink of winning the Championship for the first time in 30 years.

"I thought things would improve during lockdown when the games stopped for a while but then he was stressing over whether they were going to call the season off.

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"I have pleaded with him to devote more time to me but he is obsessed. Our sex life petered out and I have been left on my own in the house for hours."

After a suggestion from a friend, Sasha decided to join the dating site.

It was easy for her to sneak off because he was distracted (Photo: Shutterstock)

She continued: "I am blonde and quite busty and I had dated online successfully before settling down with Steve three years ago.

"I knew if I put up a profile that I would get a few offers but I felt my life was in a rut and I needed to make a change.

"Within 24 hours of joining, I had 15 messages in my inbox suggesting dates. I short-listed this down to the three best looking men and eventually plumped for Paul, an IT manager who lives near me and had got bored with his marriage after four years."

Sasha claims neither she or Paul were ready to leave their partners, but both were looking for a "rush of excitement" from someone new.

The pair met up for a drink at a pub and "got on like a house on fire".

She says within weeks they began having sex twice a week and it was easy for her to sneak off as she would do so whenever her husband was distracted by Liverpool on TV.

"It was easy for me to meet Paul because I could sneak out whenever Liverpool were playing," she said.

"Each match lasts at least five hours for Steve because he loves all the build-up and then is posting for hours on fans’ forums afterwards. He barely notices that I have gone.

"Paul also used football as an excuse to meet me, so our affair has not raised any suspicions."

She added: "I have been contacted by other attractive men on Illicit Encounters and I am tempted to begin a second affair because I am having so much fun.”

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