Pretty much all of this.They just try so hard.
The worst part is they could just let this stuff happen naturally. Unfortunately they are a great team now. Let these moments come naturally. But gold sponsors, recreating your greatest moment because a player is retiring, trying to make the Poznan happen, Cityzens, blue pitches. Just real try hards and trying to be epic in everything they do. All to try and be relevant. All while they play in a stadium called The Unite Stadium.
Their long term fans know they sold out when they changed their stadium, badge and when the tourists started to rock up but still try to make it look like Manchester is blue.
Yeah I thought the same. I think he was just thinking multiple incidents at the same time in his head.Poor choice of words but I don't think he meant Hillsborough was because of hooligans. He could have also had Heysel on his mind at the same time.
They kept Carragher after he spat at a kid.I think he's fecked. Sky probably want an excuse to bring in someone new, and he's given them a big out today. They're baying for his blood on twitter. This isnt good for Martin Tyler.
Sky keep who they want to keep. And they wanted to keep Carragher. Tyler is 76 and they're looking to replace him. Its a nice way to speed up that process and impliment some new blood.They kept Carragher after he spat at a kid.
This is just an old man mixing up his words.
Thing is, I understand it was a mistake and he probably didnt mean it as an insult to the memories of the victims and their families, but he's a professional broadcaster. His job is to not make royal feck ups like this. This is probably evidence he isnt cut out for live broadcasting anymore, with such a grand error like this.I listen to that program daily and when I heard that and no follow up to clarify by the host I knew he would be in trouble. I believe he sincerely meant to name them as two separate things but it is god awful phrasing from someone who has spent 40 years making a living talking about football. He should know better. If you listened to the whole interview too it was pretty much a pat on the back of commercialisation of English football via hyping up the Premier League as if football would not have survived without it which itself was quite jarring to listen to.