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Steve: Get out of the way, I’m watching the game. Veronica: Hi I’m Veronica at watchmojo.com and today we’re speaking with comedian Steve Patterson on ways to be a good sportsman. Steve: Give me my glasses glasses. Veronica: So we’re here ready to watch a game, what are you looking forward to? Steve: You know the game does start until tomorrow but I made my security so I’m here by a day or early and I’m just looking forward to the teams showing up. Let’s go boys! No ones here yet but I just going to practice. Let’s go boys. Veronica: Are you going to lead any chants with the rest of the fans here? Steve: Actually I don’t even know whose playing in this game, I just got the ticket it’s really cheap but I can actually support any team. Veronica: I noticed you’re not wearing any jersey, is this because you would route for which ever teams winning? Steve: I should point this out to sports fans, its great to support your team and stuff but you’re not actually on the team. There’s no need to put your name on the jersey, everyone knows you’re not on the team. It’s nice to have a little insignia and you can paint your face if you’re seven or younger. However I mean I can do an interview if you like, I’ve practiced doing interview as if I was on the team, if you wanted, if you want to try that for. Veronica: Okay right lets try that. So how do you feel about the game today? Steve: We just you know a lot of heart, we gave a hundred and ten percent even though that’s not you know it’s physically possible. Veronica: Do you guys aren’t really pull through in this game, what are you going to do to make you win next time? Steve: You know I really dig down deep, give a hundred ten percent and there’s a lot of character in that room and you know I’m going to woof this guys scrape up. Veronica: There was quite a lot of riots on the ice today, are you guys just not getting along? Steve: I know a lot of people are against fighting in hockey, but I’ll fight anyone that’s says there shouldn’t be fighting. Veronica: Can you give us some top ten tips to being a sportsman like fan? Steve: Always wear the colors of your team, a jersey if possible not with your name on it. No, pick a player that actually plays for the team. That’s a good tip, but certainly don’t wear the colors of the other team, that’s important. Participate in the cheers, I know a lot of people just sit there and when there’s you know the organists is gone to the trouble of going, finish of the phase for the poor organists. He’s not getting paid or could be someone IPod, I don’t know. You should participate in the wave which helps you circulate right as a fan. Let’s practice the wave just you and I ready? You start it. Yeah see how much of an arse am I if I don’t get up? There are only two of us in the game. and I guess the final thing to be a good sport is if your team wins, you do get to gloat a little bit. But you know don’t rub it in too much, because inevitably your teams going to lose again pretty soon. If I was standing on a chair like this and with my butt look like near his face and just go what’s that, that’s a dewberries. That’s what I will do. Veronica: There we have it, some great tips. Thank you. Steve: Thank you and go team, Saints.