Two men, a Yorkshire miner and a 37-year-old garage manager, have shared a world record football pools win of 500,000 sterling.
SCU Winners with cheques
SCU Heald speaks
SCU Turton speaks
TRANSCRIPT: REPORTER (SEQ. 3): "How long have you been doing the pools?"
ANSWER: "Oh, donkeys years."
REPORTER: "Have you ever thought about what you would do if you won?"
ANSWER: "Yes, but when you think of things like that previous to its happening, it's like rather a fantasy. When it actually happens it's something different. All thoughts go."
(SEQ. 4): "Well then, their life's their own. They can do what they like with it."
REPORTER: "Are you confident you can handle it?"
ANSWER: "Yeah, well, I'm confident."
REPORTER: "Did you have very clear ideas about what you were going to do before you ever won?"
ANSWER: "Before, but not now."
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Background: Two men, a Yorkshire miner and a 37-year-old garage manager, have shared a world record football pools win of 500,000 sterling.
The miner, 62-year-old Mr. Jack Heald, has spent 35 years in the pits of Yorkshire. He's not decided what to do with the money.
His co-winner, Michael Turton, plans to give up his job and travel the world.