World Cup Punditry

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 12:17

Gary Lineker via Twitter. "Here they come: politicians jumping on the football bandwagon when it suits them. We all know you don’t give a monkey’s about the sport until you want to bask in any reflective glory. Bore off Boris."

More proof ITV >>>>>>BBC

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by genome » 12 Jul 2018 12:25

I knew exactly what that post was going to be when I saw you had replied to this thread

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 12:45

£26.5m people watched the football on ITV last night. The biggest single channel audience in history.

Another two horse race Gary Lineker finished 2nd.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 12:46

genome wrote:I knew exactly what that post was going to be when I saw you had replied to this thread


Didn't happen.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Old Man Andrews » 12 Jul 2018 12:47

Don't respond directly to him folks, blatent troll. Just needs banning.


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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 12:48

Old Man Andrews wrote:Don't respond directly to him folks, blatent troll. Just needs banning.


Stop trying to descend every thread into a farce OMA.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by genome » 12 Jul 2018 12:49

TheSpread wrote:£26.5m people.


Is that how much you sold Lukaku for?

Or De Bruyne?

No, Mo Salah!

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 12:51

genome wrote:
TheSpread wrote:£26.5m people.


Is that how much you sold Lukaku for?

Or De Bruyne?

No, Mo Salah!


OK, you're going full on William Foster on me. What is all this about?

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Silver Fox » 12 Jul 2018 15:25

TheSpread wrote:£26.5m people watched the football on ITV last night. The biggest single channel audience in history.

Another two horse race Gary Lineker finished 2nd.


It was a one horse race you massive gimp

Anyone who genuinely believes ITV's coverage is better than the BBC is a belmont of the highest order


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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 15:27

Silver Fox wrote:
TheSpread wrote:£26.5m people watched the football on ITV last night. The biggest single channel audience in history.

Another two horse race Gary Lineker finished 2nd.


It was a one horse race you massive gimp

Anyone who genuinely believes ITV's coverage is better than the BBC is a belmont of the highest order


Oh shut up you massive tick turd.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by lewesroyal » 12 Jul 2018 16:02

TheSpread wrote:£26.5m people watched the football on ITV last night. The biggest single channel audience in history.

Another two horse race Gary Lineker finished 2nd.

How is it a 2 horse race when there's only 1 runner?

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 16:05

lewesroyal wrote:
TheSpread wrote:£26.5m people watched the football on ITV last night. The biggest single channel audience in history.

Another two horse race Gary Lineker finished 2nd.

How is it a 2 horse race when there's only 1 runner?


What was the viewing figures for the 1/4 final on the BBC for the England v Sweden game? 19.64m

It's good that around 7m more decided to tune in watch the vastly superior Gary Neville, Roy Keane
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Re: World Cup Punditry

by lewesroyal » 12 Jul 2018 16:07

TheSpread wrote:
lewesroyal wrote:
TheSpread wrote:£26.5m people watched the football on ITV last night. The biggest single channel audience in history.

Another two horse race Gary Lineker finished 2nd.

How is it a 2 horse race when there's only 1 runner?


What was the viewing figures for the 1/4 final on the BBC for the England v Sweden game? 19.9m

No idea, the figures don't interest me. Was just wondering how your logic worked


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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 16:08

7m more tuned in last night than they did on Saturday v Sweden.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by leon » 12 Jul 2018 16:11

Seriously boys (you know who you are Genome) stop replying to TheSpread.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 12 Jul 2018 16:15

leon wrote:Seriously boys (you know who you are Genome) stop replying to TheSpread.


And why would that be leon? We're talking about pundits and viewing figures?

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Snowflake Royal » 12 Jul 2018 22:13

leon wrote:Seriously boys (you know who you are Genome) stop replying to TheSpread.

Couldn't possibly agree more. It's like trying to put out a fire by chucking petrol at it.

The place has been pretty nice whilst the arsehat has been away. And yet people have got to jump right back in to making it a tedious keswang the second he comes back.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 13 Jul 2018 09:06

Loved the beef between Ian Wright and Roy Keane the other night. Another tick in the box for ITV.

Although Cesc's shirts were the highlight of the BBC coverage for me.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by genome » 13 Jul 2018 09:30

Snowflake Royal wrote:
leon wrote:Seriously boys (you know who you are Genome) stop replying to TheSpread.

Couldn't possibly agree more. It's like trying to put out a fire by chucking petrol at it.

The place has been pretty nice whilst the arsehat has been away. And yet people have got to jump right back in to making it a tedious keswang the second he comes back.


Funny how he names only me when I've engaged with him maybe twice.

Others are far worse, give it a rest

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Old Man Andrews » 13 Jul 2018 09:37

genome wrote:
Snowflake Royal wrote:
leon wrote:Seriously boys (you know who you are Genome) stop replying to TheSpread.

Couldn't possibly agree more. It's like trying to put out a fire by chucking petrol at it.

The place has been pretty nice whilst the arsehat has been away. And yet people have got to jump right back in to making it a tedious keswang the second he comes back.


Funny how he names only me when I've engaged with him maybe twice.

Others are far worse, give it a rest


Don't play the game Genome. Leon is right though, we shouldn't interact with Kes, he will go away eventually.

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