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Vinnie Jones: English-born Wales footballer and celebrity emigrant living in LA says England has too many foreigners

by | 3rd, September 2013

Vinnie Jones enjoys the spectacle at the Blue Square Shergar Cup at Royal Ascot in Berkshire. *28/11/03: Football star turned actor Vinnie Jones was charged by police today over an alleged air rage incident, police. The 38-year-old was travelling in the first class cabin of a Virgin Atlantic plane from Heathrow to Tokyo when the incident is alleged to have taken place.

VINNIE Jones, actor and former footballer with Leeds United, Sheffield United, Chelsea and Wimbledon, has been talking to the Radio Times :

“It’s not the country I grew up in. It’s a European country now. If someone blindfolded you and put you on a plane in LA, and you landed at Heathrow and they took it off, you wouldn’t have a clue where you were.”

Jones was born in Watford. He played footballer for get this- Wales.

As a celebrity emigrant, Jones is well placed to be a professional ex-pat:

“We can get all that in LA, though you sometimes have to pay through the roof for it. A bottle of Ribena is 14 dollars.  But I get my Walkers crisps delivered once a month. I have a box of Roast Chicken, a box of Salt and Vinegar, and a box of Monster Munch… and there’s more Premier League football on TV there than there is here.”

LA sounds great. Pricier than Watford for blackcurrant cordial drinks and crisps but with less Swedes and Greeks to fight with at

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