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Things commentators say that annoy me

GTIF

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He was on his weaker left foot.
Buck me has he two left feet then with one stronger than the buckin other
 

sgt_wilko

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At this moment in time.

Ex-players tend to be the worst culprits for using it especially Hoddle and Clinton innit.
 

buz_not_buzz

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I would be with Snooty on this in that there are too many but "he really has" / "it really is" after each and every Hoddle observation is like fingernails down a blackboard to me.
 

Blue City

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I would be with Snooty on this in that there are too many but "he really has" / "it really is" after each and every Hoddle observation is like fingernails down a blackboard to me.
Every time I see Hoddle always reminds of the song .... Glen Hoddle walks on water everybody knows dogshit floats ....
 

channys6thswan

FA Cup Voucher Holder
Worldy (Mersin)
Trent (Jeans)
They just want to play that little ball down the channels (Hoddle)
My grandma always used to cut the crusts off hers (Stringer)
 

Tank

Still A Lurker
Dropping the "d" from the end of a players name "Hazar", "Trossar" NO, its "Hazard" and "Trossard"......
 

Sammy George

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"He gave him the eyes" what is that all about? That silly woman with the horrible voice said it at half time today in the Chelsea-WBA game. More fool me for paying for such crap
 

snootyfox

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"He gave him the eyes" what is that all about? That silly woman with the horrible voice said it at half time today in the Chelsea-WBA game. More fool me for paying for such crap
And often used to describe the taker of a free kick 35 yards away from the goalkeeper, and his supposed ability to have been able to mislead him by a subtle glance towards the opposite side of the goal. Yeah ok.
 
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