Refuses to acknowledge existence of Ukraine
- Jun 17, 2017
It's been grand. People always forget how average or crap many of the first round games are in every world cup. At least we have had a few shocks and some very good performances as well.Agreed, it's been a poor world cup so far bar three games.
Terry and Keys are both bellends anyway.
Leave him alone, he hasn’t been blessed with a brain which can focus on more than one thing at a time.John Terry of course keen to JuSt FoCus oN tHE FoOtBaLl!!1! It must be like a survival instinct for him…
Oh, and who owns beIN sports again…?
Agreed Green is a superb commentator and was treated appallingly.His contract with BBC was not renewed, effectively sacked after such a long career commentating not just football but rowing at the Olympics. I complained to the BBC and they said that they wanted to appeal to younger audience.
Lots of people disliked him because he was too honest. But I thought he was great and treated extremely badly by the BBC.
Anyway. Good to hear that I was not alone.
This for sure it's been pretty much the same as every other in terms of football. The only place it's lacking is atmosphere in the stands.It's been grand. People always forget how average or crap many of the first round games are in every world cup. At least we have had a few shocks and some very good performances as well.
Stephen Warnock? Another Scouser is all we need on our screens. The man who also once said RedStar Belgrade had a team full of part timers and that Klopp had brought "Gangnam Style" press to Liverpool.Stephen Warnock was again excellent on 5Live - I wonder why the TV haven't thought of "promoting" him. It shows, you don't always have to have been an elite player to know what you are talking about and talk sense. On the telly, Gary Nev showing why he's Sky's top man.
On the flip side, I don't get the "love" here for Ian Wright and for those of you praising McCoist, clearly you've never tuned into Kelvin MacKenzie Radio