58 years of damage over as fortune teller says Euro glory is written within the veg

A fortune teller who uses asparagus to ­predict the future says England will end 58 years of hurt and win Euro 2024.

Jemima Packington, 67, claims she can peer into the future by tossing the vegetable spears into the air and then interpreting how they land on the ground.

She is the world’s only asparamancer and correctly predicted Brexit, the Queen’s death, and Harry and Meghan quitting the Royal Family.

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Jemima is now tipping Gareth Southgate’s men to go all the way in Germany.

The asparagus has spoken
The asparagus has spoken

Jemima, of Bath in Somerset, said: “I have had lots of people asking me how England might do at the Euros so I have been analysing the spears very closely.

“And they keep pointing to three words in particular – ‘It’s Coming Home’.

“England fans have every right to be positive and optimistic if the spears are anything to go by. The spears keep giving positive readings.”

However, her prediction wasn’t so good for the team north of the border, adding: “As for Scotland, no comment.”

But that’s not all in when it comes to the Euro’s latest…

Pub ticket madness

Could glory soon return to these shores?
Could glory soon return to these shores?

England has gone so football-crazy fans cannot get tickets to watch the matches – in their pubs.

Bermondsey Bierkeller in London, Box in Leeds and the capital’s Box-
Parks in Shoreditch and Wembley are booked up.

And searches on Fanzo and DesignMyNight reveal hundreds of venues are ­already full to capacity for England’s opening match against Serbia on Sunday.

Jim Gallivan, of the Bierkeller, said: “I thought it would be challenging to sell as it’s Father’s Day. But surprisingly they’ve gone a lot quicker than I thought.’’

Football sticker fury

Footie sticker collectors are in uproar after Uefa sold the rights to the Euros to a US company.

Italian firm Panini has been publishing its sticker albums for major tournaments since the 1970s.

But Uefa flogged the rights to this summer’s tournament to Topps.

And some big names, including England stars Phil Foden and John Stones, are missing after Panini struck back with an England 2024 collection with pics from England, France, Italy and Germany who did not sign up to the Topps deal.

Which? expert Lisa Webb called on the firms to “put supporters first.”

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