World Cup Punditry

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by genome » 13 Jul 2018 09:39

I'm not playing a game - last time Kes was here (before your time) I got the blame for his trolling when everyone else was engaging with him too

Not having it this time

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 13 Jul 2018 09:42

A night out with these two (And Gary Neville) >>>>>>>> A night out with Rio, Shearer and Klinsmann

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by leon » 13 Jul 2018 09:50

genome wrote:I'm not playing a game - last time Kes was here (before your time) I got the blame for his trolling when everyone else was engaging with him too

Not having it this time


You know what to do, Genome.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 13 Jul 2018 09:57

leon wrote:
genome wrote:I'm not playing a game - last time Kes was here (before your time) I got the blame for his trolling when everyone else was engaging with him too

Not having it this time


You know what to do, Genome.


Stop ruining the thread with your e-beef you two.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Victor Meldrew » 13 Jul 2018 13:33

TheSpread wrote: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.


This is the nail in the coffin evidence that our poster is Kes.
Only he would be concerned about the shirt that somebody wears on TV.
100% guilty our Kings Road dedicated follower of fashion, oh yes he is.


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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 13 Jul 2018 16:25

Victor Meldrew wrote:
TheSpread wrote: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.


This is the nail in the coffin evidence that our poster is Kes.
Only he would be concerned about the shirt that somebody wears on TV.
100% guilty our Kings Road dedicated follower of fashion, oh yes he is.


Yes, never mind Cesc's shirt was a hot topic of conversation at the time all over social media.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Victor Meldrew » 13 Jul 2018 16:34

TheSpread wrote:
Victor Meldrew wrote:
TheSpread wrote: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.


This is the nail in the coffin evidence that our poster is Kes.
Only he would be concerned about the shirt that somebody wears on TV.
100% guilty our Kings Road dedicated follower of fashion, oh yes he is.


Yes, never mind Cesc's shirt was a hot topic of conversation at the time all over social media.


O.K. fashion and social media-two of the three big things in Kes' life.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Silver Fox » 19 Jul 2018 09:22

So, the world cup final was an actual 2 horse ratings race with both BBC and ITV showing it, I wonder hpw that worked out?

An average 11.4 million people watched from kick-off to final whistle, according to overnight ratings - 8.6 million on BBC One and 2.8 million on ITV.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 19 Jul 2018 10:56

Having asked people, many didn't realise it was on ITV as well. They said BBC1 was the first channel on the tv guide so just watched it on there. Had they realised ITV were showing it, they would have watched ITV.

Meanwhile, people didn't know what they were voting for when they voted leave in the referendum. They've definitely all changed their minds now and would vote remain.


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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Old Man Andrews » 19 Jul 2018 10:58

Why hasn't the prick above been banned yet?

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 19 Jul 2018 11:02

Old Man Andrews wrote:Why hasn't the prick above been banned yet?


Despite Lineker being vastly overpaid, I don't think he has done anything wrong to warrant a ban.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Silver Fox » 19 Jul 2018 11:57

TheSpread wrote:Having asked people, many didn't realise it was on ITV as well. They said BBC1 was the first channel on the tv guide so just watched it on there. Had they realised ITV were showing it, they would have watched ITV.


This is so stupid it almost comes back around to being genius, but tbf it just stays stupid

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 19 Jul 2018 12:14

Silver Fox wrote:
TheSpread wrote:Meanwhile, people didn't know what they were voting for when they voted leave in the referendum. They've definitely all changed their minds now and would vote remain.


This is so stupid it almost comes back around to being genius, but tbf it just stays stupid


A huge +1


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Re: World Cup Punditry

by genome » 19 Jul 2018 12:17

Spectacular

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by Silver Fox » 19 Jul 2018 12:18

Classic Kes, what a numpty!

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by LUX » 19 Jul 2018 14:00

he's got posting diarrhoea at the moment.

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by TheSpread » 19 Jul 2018 19:48

LUX wrote:he's got posting diarrhoea at the moment.


Lassana?

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Re: World Cup Punditry

by AthleticoSpizz » 19 Jul 2018 19:54

Silver Fox wrote:Classic Kes, what a numpty!
jeez

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