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Pie-Jinks: Fat Chance Roly-Poly Goalie Stayed Out of Spotlight Over Weekend

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Feb/26/2017

As Gambling911.com has been reporting this past week, former Sutton United reserve goalie, Wayne Shaw, continues to make the best of things following his resignation over what the press had dubbed “Piegate”.

The so-called “Roly-Poly Goalie” resigned from Sutton early last week after partaking in a bet stunt that had him listed with odds of 8-1 to be filmed eating a meat pie on the sidelines.  That he did.

Shaw had bagged himself a ticket to Southampton’s EFL Cup final showdown against Manchester United on Sunday and was treated like a celebrity on board the bus ride there.   

Shaw can be seen lapping up fans' chants, with songs such as "It weren't a pie it was a pasty", "Get your pasty out!" and "Pasty's gonna get ya!" getting an airing and, true to form, pulls out a meat pie at the end.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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