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Some people think they have to cheat to win, but York's view on the whole matter is, "then why win?"
THE wife of an Army major yesterday denied she and her husband had tried to cheat to win the top prize on TV quiz show Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?
'I don't know if it's a case of having to adopt the attitude that you need to cheat to win a game of international football.
According to a new research published by the American Psychological Association, which included data from over 20,000 student athletes at more than 600 colleges across the country, athletes trained under abusive coaches are more willing to cheat to win.
The 30-year-old is adamant he did not cheat to win a decisive injury-time spot-kick in their 2-1 win over the Mexicans on Sunday.
However, when you cheat to win then you are not only cheating the opposition but yourself.
But as Lewis was given the bird by a 5,200 crowd at the Capital FM Arena, he protested: "I would never cheat to win a match - I wouldn't stoop so low.
To me, how people who cheat to win a game accept their actions is beyond me.
Chambers probably has learned his lesson but if he'd been allowed to run it would have given the green light to anyone prepared to cheat to win.
Could I also add that we do not need to cheat to win any game, as our unbeaten treble-winning season will prove.
He claimed players were ordered by coaches to cheat to win free kicks and penalties.
Anyway, what is the REAL difference for a keeper to take PS20,000 off some mobsters to let a trundler through his legs than for a striker to cheat to win a penalty with a dive that could cost a club promotion or lead to relegation and cost 10 times as much?