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guiltyparty

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So today's newcomers are all in agreement that Kane will join Madrid next summer, Sky have briefed them well.
I thought it was all on show this morning in Ashton’s questions for anyone who doesn’t think Sky has an agenda against Spurs and is pro Liverpool

Excuses galore for Klopp, and the mention of Liverpool being “closest to Man City”. How they’d turned a corner against Maribor and their league record isn’t representative of how they play

For Spurs: Kane’s off in summer, Poch’s getting carried away with himself, they didn’t win, mocked his post Real comments and questioned him doing a book

I do like Jonathan Liew tho. He’s too clever by halves for Ashton who resorted to mocking him so as to not feel inadequate

That guy from the Mail can barely string two words together, mind. He even acknowledged he couldn’t be too down on West Ham or his boss (Martin Samuel) would kick his arse
 
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Gb160

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When Kane does eventually leave, that show will just be four gimps sitting around a table with an awkward silence as they’ll have nothing left to say
Dont be daft, we have plenty more players they'll want to discuss us selling to Madrid.
 

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I thought it was all on show this morning in Ashton’s questions for anyone who doesn’t think Sky has an agenda against Spurs and is pro Liverpool

Excuses galore for Klopp, and the mention of Liverpool being “closest to Man City”. How they’d turned a corner against Maribor and their league record isn’t representative of how they play

For Spurs: Kane’s off in summer, Poch’s getting carried away with himself, mocked his post Real comments and questioned him doing a book

I do like Jonathan Liew tho. He’s too clever by halves for Ashton who resorted to mocking him so as to not feel inadequate

That guy from the Mail can barely string two words together, mind. He even acknowledged he couldn’t be too down on West Ham or his boss (Martin Samuel) would kick his arse
The show is hosted by the guy who wrote the article that they spent most of the show discussing...it was only going to head one way really.

I turned it off when I heard the sentence 'Kane will improve when he moves to Madrid'...at that point I decided that clearing up the bastard fox poo from my patio would be a more enjoyable experience.
 

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Maybe stop watching it (y)
First time i've watched it in ages, won't be making that mistake again.
I thought it might be different because I didn't recognise any of the journos they had on there, but tbh they offered nothing that you wouldn't find in the comments section of a Daily Mail article.
 

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First time i've watched it in ages, won't be making that mistake again.
I thought it might be different because I didn't recognise any of the journos they had on there, but tbh they offered nothing that you wouldn't find in the comments section of a Daily Mail article.
That’s why I watched it. Big fan of Liew, and liked it wasn’t the old boys club

Unfortunately the presenter won’t let it change that much
 

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I sometimes watch, just for a laugh.

In reality, none of them on there are more qualified to talk about football and share their opinions than fans on a forum, maybe even less so! The fans on a forum are at least obviously biased, that’s the big difference.

Ashton, Samuels and co, well all of them, have zero standing within the game. None are coaches or have played to any level. Their supposed talent is in writing and reporting. They are journalists, not football men.
That they even have a platform to discuss their opinions is laughable.

Sunday supplement should enlist 3 ex-pros turned part time journalists/pundits to discuss the weeks events, and have it hosted by a journo. Instead we have these divs pointing out where the likes of Jose and Pep have gone wrong...( yep, that’s why you chaps are on £100k a year to write news and they earn £20m a year to manage a team )
 

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I thought it was all on show this morning in Ashton’s questions for anyone who doesn’t think Sky has an agenda against Spurs and is pro Liverpool
Sky doesn't have an agenda against Spurs. Prima facie evidence below:



The most pro-Spurs, non-Spur I've ever seen.
 

guiltyparty

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Was thinking the same for the posters moaning about something they didn’t need to watch (y)
Posters who wish to discuss something they watched coming on a forum to talk about it with other Spurs fans... I dunno, you could argue that’s the entire point of a forum.

If you don’t want to watch stuff, cool. But I’ll decide what I watch, thanks. And what I need to watch. If you haven’t seen something, maybe leave it those who have - especially in a thread specifically on the programme
 

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Sky doesn't have an agenda against Spurs. Prima facie evidence below:



The most pro-Spurs, non-Spur I've ever seen.
He loves Poch, not Spurs, to be fair. He dislikes Spurs and often says so. He’ll switch as soon as Poch leaves.

And any way, Neville is his own man and says what he thinks. Not representative of Sky
 

guiltyparty

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I sometimes watch, just for a laugh.

In reality, none of them on there are more qualified to talk about football and share their opinions than fans on a forum, maybe even less so! The fans on a forum are at least obviously biased, that’s the big difference.

Ashton, Samuels and co, well all of them, have zero standing within the game. None are coaches or have played to any level. Their supposed talent is in writing and reporting. They are journalists, not football men.
That they even have a platform to discuss their opinions is laughable.

Sunday supplement should enlist 3 ex-pros turned part time journalists/pundits to discuss the weeks events, and have it hosted by a journo. Instead we have these divs pointing out where the likes of Jose and Pep have gone wrong...( yep, that’s why you chaps are on £100k a year to write news and they earn £20m a year to manage a team )
But they’d have to change the name then... :sneaky:

Also there’s plenty of ex pro shows, many of which are worse. The whole point of Sunday Supplement is it’s journalists
 
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