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Something I’ve also noticed is that if you’re going to argue, you’re going to argue.

It seems like a recipe for disaster, which is precisely why, when I asked my good friend Dave on the day of writing this column, he picked option B.

As a Liverpool fan, he was downright uncomfortable about the thought of dating someone who might favour the Red Devils, as, in his words, he knows how horrific some of the things he shouts at the TV when they play sound and he wouldn’t want to inflict that on someone he cared about. LONDON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 24: Fans arrive at the stadium for the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on January 24, 2016 in London, England.

On the one hand, dating someone who supports a rival team sounds like the worst of the two options and is something that our very own Helen has to live with on a daily basis.

You have to deal with some next team’s shirt knocking around your home; the hilarious #banter whenever your team loses; the arguments about who is better than who and what player should go where.

Something I’ve also noticed is that if you’re going to argue, you’re going to argue.

It seems like a recipe for disaster, which is precisely why, when I asked my good friend Dave on the day of writing this column, he picked option B.

As a Liverpool fan, he was downright uncomfortable about the thought of dating someone who might favour the Red Devils, as, in his words, he knows how horrific some of the things he shouts at the TV when they play sound and he wouldn’t want to inflict that on someone he cared about. LONDON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 24: Fans arrive at the stadium for the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on January 24, 2016 in London, England.

On the one hand, dating someone who supports a rival team sounds like the worst of the two options and is something that our very own Helen has to live with on a daily basis.

You have to deal with some next team’s shirt knocking around your home; the hilarious #banter whenever your team loses; the arguments about who is better than who and what player should go where.

If the communication is there, bickering over the football result shouldn’t erupt into something huge (bar maybe when your teams face each other, that is).