Gamers shoot for record

British lads after footballing best.

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Two gamers from the UK, James Clayden and John Stacey, are this weekend going to attempt to break the world record for continuous football video gaming.

The record is currently held by a duo from Portugal, and stands at 39 consecutive hours, but despite the lofty target the pair are confident going into their attempt.

"I know it's not going to be easy, it's a world record, so it's going to be difficult, but I'm confident we can do it," said John Stacey.

The record attempt is to raise cash for the Bobby Moore Fund, a charity that raises money and awareness for those who suffer with bowel cancer. If you want to sponsor the event and help throw some money at a good cause, you can do so by contacting the would-be record breakers here.


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