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Malarkey 23-11-2013 11:33 PM

Gary Lineker Just Now On MoTD
 
After the game during the analysis, watch when they're showing Chamakh getting injured.

Is it just me, or when Chamakh's bandage came off does Lineker say "even his bandages are rubbish" ?

Twat.

Richmondcpfc 23-11-2013 11:35 PM

Kevin Kilbane was fair. Hansen is just so lazy - his last season of punditry and he can barely be bothered to say a sentence :S:

Chobham Eagle 23-11-2013 11:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Malarkey (Post 11420934)
After the game during the analysis, watch when they're showing Chamakh getting injured.

Is it just me, or when Chamakh's bandage came off does Lineker say "even his bandages are rubbish" ?

Twat.

You're right. Lineker's snidey comments really are pathetic.

alanlee11 23-11-2013 11:36 PM

he did say that, it's become very in vogue for the programme to pick on Chamakh - seems to be an in joke, uncalled for really

Chobham Eagle 23-11-2013 11:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Richmondcpfc (Post 11420937)
Kevin Kilbane was fair. Hansen is just so lazy - his last season of punditry and he can barely be bothered to say a sentence :S:

How much of our licence fee is going on paying Hansen and Lineker? :(

Windsor_Eagle 23-11-2013 11:38 PM

Its utterly unprofessional and shows a lack of understanding of the game from a punditry point of view. The whole show needs scrapping and starting from scratch.

racehorse-80s 23-11-2013 11:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chobham Eagle (Post 11420941)
How much of our licence fee is going on paying Hansen and Lineker? :(

1p would be to much .

Danny boy 23-11-2013 11:40 PM

Chamakh had a decent game but instead they show him get beaten in the air twice and not bother show his great hold up play this is ******* pathetic what have they got against him

SA Eagle 23-11-2013 11:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Malarkey (Post 11420934)
After the game during the analysis, watch when they're showing Chamakh getting injured.

Is it just me, or when Chamakh's bandage came off does Lineker say "even his bandages are rubbish" ?

Twat.

Big eared **** (not you malarkey)

Richmondcpfc 23-11-2013 11:41 PM

Jamie Redknapp and co were much better on Sky before the West Ham game - said our win was the result of the day, and said a few nice things :)

Always an Eagle 23-11-2013 11:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chobham Eagle (Post 11420938)
You're right. Lineker's snidey comments really are pathetic.

Snide is to good for him.

Totally unnecessary to snipe at a player with an injury that required 8 stitches.

Lineker snobby wanker.

SA Eagle 23-11-2013 11:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Danny boy (Post 11420948)
Chamakh had a decent game but instead they show him get beaten in the air twice and not bother show his great hold up play this is ******* pathetic what have they got against him

One of them said McShane dominated him all game, then went on to show the clash of heads in the opening minutes.

philsick 23-11-2013 11:43 PM

He implied mcshane had chamakh in his pocket before that incident,which is a lie.

Chamakh has done well this season,but they wont see that from the 2 minutes of highlights they bother to watch.

Devo 23-11-2013 11:45 PM

Just show us the highlights, sack the pundits.

Chobham Eagle 23-11-2013 11:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Always an Eagle (Post 11420953)
Snide is to good for him.

Totally unnecessary to snipe at a player with an injury that required 8 stitches.

Lineker snobby wanker.

I used to quite like Lineker but now, well, snobby wanker seems a pretty apt description of him. :p

AJ 23-11-2013 11:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by philsick (Post 11420958)
He implied mcshane had chamakh in his pocket before that incident,which is a lie.

Chamakh has done well this season,but they wont see that from the 2 minutes of highlights they bother to watch.

That is somewhat a stupid statement he made. After all the head clash was in the 2nd minute and Chamachk went off around the 35th minute.

1_Neil_Warnock 23-11-2013 11:59 PM

He also tweeted this earlier today: @GaryLineker: Early encouragement for Tony Pulis…Chamakh has gone off with an injury.

Has he shagged his wife or something?


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Malarkey 24-11-2013 12:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1_Neil_Warnock (Post 11420994)
He also tweeted this earlier today: @GaryLineker: Early encouragement for Tony Pulis…Chamakh has gone off with an injury.

Has he shagged his wife or something?


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What a complete bellend

EnglandEagle 24-11-2013 12:03 AM

Of course my knowledge of the game has broadened immensely having watched criticism of Chamakh rather than a minor incident such as, I don't know, a red card.

art malice 24-11-2013 12:06 AM

#yewtree

Charles1998 24-11-2013 12:06 AM

Come on hes a football legend. He tweets criticism about all clubs.

In fact he tweets about everything. Seriously have you seen how much he tweets??? Might even be a twitter addict.

Nork1 24-11-2013 12:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Chobham Eagle (Post 11420941)
How much of our licence fee is going on paying Hansen and Lineker? :(

More than on Kilbane... looks like his mum still cuts his hair.

dubsy1 24-11-2013 12:11 AM

smug pricks on MOTD. refuse to watch it/participate in the collective circle jerk they have about the top 4

1_Neil_Warnock 24-11-2013 12:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Charles1998 (Post 11421008)
Come on hes a football legend. He tweets criticism about all clubs.

In fact he tweets about everything. Seriously have you seen how much he tweets??? Might even be a twitter addict.

He doesn't need comment on his personal vendettas in his football presenting though.


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alf 24-11-2013 12:15 AM

I thought MC had a good game both up front and in defence until he went off. No mention of McShane knockinf the bandage off MC's head with his arm!

cockles 24-11-2013 12:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alf (Post 11421021)
I thought MC had a good game both up front and in defence until he went off. No mention of McShane knockinf the bandage off MC's head with his arm!

Or that far from having Chamahk "In his pocket", he'd lost most headers to him and ultimately had to go off himself due to the same clash of heads.

Both strikers for us today had very good games.

Our physios might want to go back to bandage school tho...

mik59 24-11-2013 12:24 AM

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Originally Posted by alf (Post 11421021)
No mention of McShane knockinf the bandage off MC's head with his arm!

or even yanking it off. I thought I remembered MotD being for the fans, not for the sponsors and bleedin' football tourists. Shocking.

ChuckMcBalls 24-11-2013 12:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1_Neil_Warnock (Post 11420994)
He also tweeted this earlier today: @GaryLineker: Early encouragement for Tony Pulis…Chamakh has gone off with an injury.

Has he shagged his wife or something?


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I replied to his tweet about Chamakh an hour or so ago saying 'except his general play has been good this season, but to know that would mean watching the game and not rehashing cliches'. It was my second edit after debating calling him a goggle eared scrote in capital letters.

10 mins later and he's deleted all his tweets talking about Chamakh.

You're welcome BBS.

crenoleagle 24-11-2013 12:54 AM

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Originally Posted by ChuckMcBalls (Post 11421061)
I replied to his tweet about Chamakh an hour or so ago saying 'except his general play has been good this season, but to know that would mean watching and game and not rehashing cliches'. It was my second edit after debating calling him a goggle eared scrote in capital letters.

10 mins later and he's deleted all his tweets talking about Chamakh.

You're welcome BBS.

Did similar with 'Lose all integrity as a show when there is such an obvious manhunt. What has he done to you/Savage?'

unsensibleLiam 24-11-2013 01:06 AM

I like Lineker.

I imagine everyone talks just as much shit about players they only see on highlights, it's just it is more visible when someone like Lineker says it.

unsensibleLiam 24-11-2013 01:06 AM

oops double post

Wycombe Eagle#2 24-11-2013 01:13 AM

Just caught up with MOTD what a disrespectful p*** take that was, big ears snidey comment, no mention of the ridiculous sending off and Hansen's one liner at the end which was well out of order! Whether it's true or not that's the only thing he said, completely negative and and no praise what so ever. After watching that no one should ever slag Merson off again! I caught the last 20 mins of him after work and he told Bolasie's sending off how it was and seemed quite excited that we scored and won. BBC are armatures compared to SKY, effing disgraceful public service........I don't know why I'm getting wound up about it.

We're not fashionable and we're always at our best when we're starring down the barrel of a gun. That's why I'm looking forward to Pulis' appointment. I hope we go and give these premiership luvies a good kick up in the air on our way to survival and give Hansen and co so something to really moan about!!

Die hard Hoj 24-11-2013 01:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Danny boy (Post 11420948)
Chamakh had a decent game but instead they show him get beaten in the air twice and not bother show his great hold up play this is ******* pathetic what have they got against him

Sorry mate but I don't know how many games you've been to,
but he is shit!!

ChuckMcBalls 24-11-2013 02:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Die hard Hoj (Post 11421086)
Sorry mate but I don't know how many games you've been to,
but he is shit!!

I've been to every game this season bar Hull, and no he isn't.

He isn't scoring - and thats because of a blatant lack of confidence more than anything. His hold up play, work-rate, and passing (for the most part) have been really good.

Plus he has a completely thankless task that would make most strikers look bad from a goal scoring perspective.

sydney eagle 24-11-2013 02:13 AM

Jug eared crisp sellout ****

Kirby 24-11-2013 02:43 AM

Anyone who thinks Chamakh has been "shit" either doesn't go to matches or drinks 12 pints and 5 jagerbombs beforehand.

Both him and Jerome were superb today, and both did the job that Murray did for us last season (in terms of holding it up).

When GM is back it'll be interesting to see who starts upfront.

Catford Eagle 24-11-2013 02:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Die hard Hoj (Post 11421086)
Sorry mate but I don't know how many games you've been to,
but he is shit!!

All of them for me mate. And you obviously know nothing. Hope this helps...

AJ8 24-11-2013 03:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChuckMcBalls (Post 11421100)
I've been to every game this season bar Hull, and no he isn't.

He isn't scoring - and thats because of a blatant lack of confidence more than anything. His hold up play, work-rate, and passing (for the most part) have been really good.

Plus he has a completely thankless task that would make most strikers look bad from a goal scoring perspective.

It's embarrassing.

Been one of our best players all season.

audreytatou 24-11-2013 04:22 AM

Never like that butter wouldnt melt in his mouth tosser...I put him off from scoring a penalty you know:D Think he was playin for Leicester or someone, pen in front of the Homesdale...everyone went quiet in awe of the baby faced git but I didnt and shouted as loud as I could "LINEKER YOU WANKER!" just as he took it and he missed:lux::lux::lux: friggin botox eared sandpapered headed bum face

Polak 24-11-2013 06:42 AM

Chamakh wanted to stay on so much he seemed to be in tears when he was brought off. Played really well.

CrawleyEagle 24-11-2013 07:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Polak (Post 11421166)
Chamakh wanted to stay on so much he seemed to be in tears when he was brought off. Played really well.

I think that was cos his head was hurting lol

Polak 24-11-2013 07:25 AM

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Originally Posted by CrawleyEagle (Post 11421181)
I think that was cos his head was hurting lol

:)

GreatGonzo 24-11-2013 07:28 AM

The guy wanted to play on with a hole in his head needing 8 stitches! I doubt Lineker even went for 8 headers in his career and he wants to criticise?

old git 24-11-2013 07:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GreatGonzo (Post 11421187)
The guy wanted to play on with a hole in his head needing 8 stitches! I doubt Lineker even went for 8 headers in his career and he wants to criticise?

He was never even booked was he ? I think that shows his commitment to actually doing any work on the pitch.

bigend1 24-11-2013 07:40 AM

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Originally Posted by AJ8 (Post 11421126)
It's embarrassing.

Been one of our best players all season.

Yes he has. Bags of effort and we simply give him nothing. If we give him a few chances and he scores a couple we will have a hell of a player here. Gayle too. They are not the problem it's the lack of chances they get.

I have never found the bbs as frustrating as now with the people bemoaning chamakh

sydney eagle 24-11-2013 07:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigend1 (Post 11421194)
Yes he has. Bags of effort and we simply give him nothing. If we give him a few chances and he scores a couple we will have a hell of a player here. Gayle too. They are not the problem it's the lack of chances they get.

I have never found the bbs as frustrating as now with the people bemoaning chamakh

My thoughts exactly:p

Windsor_Eagle 24-11-2013 07:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChuckMcBalls (Post 11421061)
I replied to his tweet about Chamakh an hour or so ago saying 'except his general play has been good this season, but to know that would mean watching and game and not rehashing cliches'. It was my second edit after debating calling him a goggle eared scrote in capital letters.

10 mins later and he's deleted all his tweets talking about Chamakh.

You're welcome BBS.

:D

Windsor_Eagle 24-11-2013 07:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GreatGonzo (Post 11421187)
The guy wanted to play on with a hole in his head needing 8 stitches! I doubt Lineker even went for 8 headers in his career and he wants to criticise?

Exactly.

Windsor_Eagle 24-11-2013 07:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by old git (Post 11421192)
He was never even booked was he ? I think that shows his commitment to actually doing any work on the pitch.

And this.

One thought I did have after the 'even his head bandage is rubbish' is perhaps that isolated comment was more a reference to his haircut than his footballing ability? Would make a little more sense.

FourtyTwo 24-11-2013 07:57 AM

Someone at the club should make a complaint to the BBC. Joke! And to say McShane had him in his pocket was completely wrong.

The bandages comment was just unnecessary!

Bungalow 24-11-2013 07:57 AM

It really is a bit touchy to moan about the MOTD pundits

macstar 24-11-2013 07:59 AM

That was un called for by lineker, and lacked class.

Arron 24-11-2013 07:59 AM

Gary Lineker in acting like a c*nt shocker. I am surprised.

HorshamEagle 24-11-2013 08:01 AM

No real analisys of Bolasie's sending off and the play acting from Livermore

On the Chamack conversation, Jerome has looked quality and just what we need whenever he's been on the pitch from what I've seen

tommoboy0 24-11-2013 08:04 AM

He's just pissed off his team are a bunch of underachieving championship bottlejobs. Wouldn't worry about his comments.

Skin Up 24-11-2013 08:15 AM

I thought it was funny when Kilbane was giving his opinion Hansen looked so bored, it was so easy to read his mind: "Hurry up Kevin, so I can watch a game with players I've heard of".

audreytatou 24-11-2013 08:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigend1 (Post 11421194)
Yes he has. Bags of effort and we simply give him nothing. If we give him a few chances and he scores a couple we will have a hell of a player here. Gayle too. They are not the problem it's the lack of chances they get.

I have never found the bbs as frustrating as now with the people bemoaning chamakh

well said totally agree:hi:

vegas78 24-11-2013 08:22 AM

The guy is a total tool, has a freak for a brother as well.
Chamakh does not deserve that and should jump all over this and tweet him back like Barton did. The pratt soon shut up when Barton said he would expose #mr squeaky clean for all the alleged allegations about his private life.

Edenbridge Eagle In Exile 24-11-2013 08:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skin Up (Post 11421219)
I thought it was funny when Kilbane was giving his opinion Hansen looked so bored, it was so easy to read his mind: "Hurry up Kevin, so I can watch a game with players I've heard of".

Hahaha..... He's still sulking about 1990!!! :p

Ruskin Old Boy 24-11-2013 08:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigend1 (Post 11421194)
Yes he has. Bags of effort and we simply give him nothing. If we give him a few chances and he scores a couple we will have a hell of a player here. Gayle too. They are not the problem it's the lack of chances they get.

I have never found the bbs as frustrating as now with the people bemoaning chamakh

Very good comments.

jonah 24-11-2013 08:37 AM

Lineker also tweeted some sarcy comment about Pulis being worried about the good build up play to our goal yesterday.
Smug w****r.

Again, laughable punditry. No alaysis of the sending off, and Kilbane so it was a 'smash and grab' performance. Sure, Hull had more possession, but only 1 more attempt at goal than us.

Penstone Eagle 24-11-2013 08:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bungalow (Post 11421205)
It really is a bit touchy to moan about the MOTD pundits

When the shows host can't leave his anti Arsenal comments to one side and is unfair about a player, it needs to be commented on.

Chocky 24-11-2013 08:40 AM

I missed that Lineker comment last night, just saw it this morning. That was disgraceful.

I'm not a violent person nor do I have psychopathic tendencies but I'd like to go and buy a family bag of the worst flavoured Walkers Crisps, open the packet, do a horrible runny dump in it, seal it back closed and superglue it to baseball bat. Then walk up to him in the street and f*ck the bat and crisps across his bastard face.

Bandage that one, c*nt.

Chocky 24-11-2013 08:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skin Up (Post 11421219)
I thought it was funny when Kilbane was giving his opinion Hansen looked so bored, it was so easy to read his mind: "Hurry up Kevin, so I can watch a game with players I've heard of".

He has never ever gotten over the 4-3.

As for his job as a pundit, he was just like someone sitting at home, slurring drunk and knackered with a mug of hot chocolate in front of him trying to stay up to watch the football, but really can't keep his eyes open.

He can have some shitty crisps as well the lazy jock prick.

thereichstuff 24-11-2013 08:43 AM

Just use their snidely sneering comments as motivation . We love being the underdogs and getting written off that's our way we do things . We need this siege mentality and we as fans really get off on it . So in conclusion feck big ears , feck hanson, feck motd , feck sneering oppo fans and feck em all ! We're palace and we will not give in without a bloody good fight !

John1000 24-11-2013 08:47 AM

Reminds me a lot of the situation with Murray in his first season. We could all see he had bags of quality, but he just wasn't getting adequate service. As soon as he did look what happened.

Chamakh is clearly talented but he is isolated in most games we play. Unfortunatey one of the joys of the Premier League spotlight is that it seems to need a pantomine aspect to keep up the ratings. Chamakh was obviously chosen by the MOTD writers as the Palace villain for the season. The likes of Lineker - who I suspect hasn't even seen 90 minutes of Palace in total this season - then get to act out the script. I don't hold it against Lineker as it would have been the same whoever was presenting. I guess I just expected better given he also supports one of the less fashionable clubs.

Brummie Allan 24-11-2013 08:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kirby (Post 11421118)
Anyone who thinks Chamakh has been "shit" either doesn't go to matches or drinks 12 pints and 5 jagerbombs beforehand.

Both him and Jerome were superb today, and both did the job that Murray did for us last season (in terms of holding it up).

When GM is back it'll be interesting to see who starts upfront.

With Chamakh's hold up play and his glancing headers on, Murray will be all over those. At the moment there's no one up with him. It will be a perfect partnership.

cpfcfan1 24-11-2013 08:49 AM

Was more offended by Hansens total lack of professionalism, he looked so uninterested and never has a good word to say unless it's his precious Liverpool or a spunky top 4 side

**** motd and **** the lot of em we will stay up by ourselfs!!!

sunshine lucas 24-11-2013 08:51 AM

Not bothered by Lineker...
As Chocky says, Hansen has never got over the 4-3 when we started the steady demise of 'Pool... :D
Of course he's right re a certain lack of quality for his beloved top half of the Prem, but don't tell me Hull were full of quality and invention... they were on a par with us yesterday - and came out losers. Indeed, I've seen a few teams who we can seriously think about finishing above now. Time to worry Mr Hansen :D

SeanPalace84 24-11-2013 08:53 AM

****

Expat Eagle 24-11-2013 09:06 AM

Time for Hansen to retire (along with Brucie).

No analysis of either the sending off nor the goal line clearance in the last couple of minutes. MOTD getting very sloppy and unprofessional. At least that knob Savage wasn't on. :rolleyes:

Bobby Dandruff 24-11-2013 09:08 AM

Just do what I do I record the palace game and stop record when the match highlights finish then change channel before Hansen and co talk there tripe and to think they get paid for that as well.

ExiledStirling 24-11-2013 09:21 AM

I think Lineker is just bantering, in the same all football fans do, so am not that concerned about his comments. Savage however is a thick twat and he did a disgusting hatchet job on Chamakh a few weeks back that the BBC should not have allowed to be aired.

As for Hansen, think of the laziest person you have worked with but who knows exactly what he can get away with not doing, yet still has his bosses thinking he is doing with his job well. This is what Hansen does so well.

Hansen's re-numeration should be investigated by the fraud squad. He is lazy, fakes knowledge and just uses cliched comment as a substitute for proper analysis.

Jordan's Jacket 24-11-2013 09:24 AM

Lineker is very unprofessional behind the scenes to. From an ex-Producer of MOTD. He is a pretty unpleasant human being and I fail to see why the Beeb employs him. He is seriously lacking in on screen personality and has absolutley zero gravitas.

Steve in Phoenix 24-11-2013 09:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jonah (Post 11421240)

Again, laughable punditry. No alaysis of the sending off, and Kilbane so it was a 'smash and grab' performance. Sure, Hull had more possession, but only 1 more attempt at goal than us.

Before the sending off, Palace had 8 attempts to 4 from Hull.

vegas78 24-11-2013 09:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jordan's Jacket (Post 11421298)
Lineker is very unprofessional behind the scenes to. From an ex-Producer of MOTD. He is a pretty unpleasant human being and I fail to see why the Beeb employs him. He is seriously lacking in on screen personality and has absolutley zero gravitas.

I had a friend who worked for a big PR company. I have herd many times that he really is not a nice guy, which is why I can't stand his smug public act.

Could not even be bothered to watch the world cup qualifier, and went to a Russell Brand stand up instead.

cheekychippie 24-11-2013 09:40 AM

I don't know why people get so irate about a programme that has had its day , and a bunch of arseholes ,whose comments are worthless ?
just like the programme , which is well past its sell by date
as for lineker well he is just a 1st class arse licker .....

Billy Rhino 24-11-2013 09:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jordan's Jacket (Post 11421298)
Lineker is very unprofessional behind the scenes to. From an ex-Producer of MOTD. He is a pretty unpleasant human being and I fail to see why the Beeb employs him. He is seriously lacking in on screen personality and has absolutley zero gravitas.

Really? I quite like Lineker. I thought last week's discussion between him, Owen & Shearer (3 of the best striker's to ever play for England) about the Jerome Thomas' chance was quality.

Jordan's Jacket 24-11-2013 10:01 AM

The very idea of listening into a conversation between Lineker and Shearer fills me with dread. Shearer can barely string two words together and Lineker looks for every opportunity to air one of his "oh so funny" quips

ExiledStirling 24-11-2013 10:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jordan's Jacket (Post 11421298)
Lineker is very unprofessional behind the scenes to. From an ex-Producer of MOTD. He is a pretty unpleasant human being and I fail to see why the Beeb employs him. He is seriously lacking in on screen personality and has absolutley zero gravitas.

I knew a BBC producer who did not like Jools Holland, and would tell me on a few occasions what an unpleasant person he is. Which again goes against the public persona of him. However the guy was a bit of a tight twat so maybe Jools Holland simply did not like him, which I thought was an easily understood viewpoint to hold.

Chobham Eagle 24-11-2013 10:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Expat Eagle (Post 11421272)
Time for Hansen to retire (along with Brucie).

No analysis of either the sending off nor the goal line clearance in the last couple of minutes. MOTD getting very sloppy and unprofessional. At least that knob Savage wasn't on. :rolleyes:

No coverage of the Hull fans' demo either. All in all it was pretty crap coverage.

Streathamite 24-11-2013 10:05 AM

Is Lineker not just having a dig at an arsenal associated player? He always seems to do that.

Chobham Eagle 24-11-2013 10:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cheekychippie (Post 11421316)
I don't know why people get so irate about a programme that has had its day , and a bunch of arseholes ,whose comments are worthless ?
just like the programme , which is well past its sell by date
as for lineker well he is just a 1st class arse licker .....

I got irate last night because I got back late from Hull yesterday and wanted to watch the 'highlights', as you might expect, but instead had to watch a crappily edited two minutes followed by pathetic, smug and useless comments from Messrs Lineker and Hsnsen. And we as licence payers are paying for this! At least with Sky we have an option not to pay.

Chobham Eagle 24-11-2013 10:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Streathamite (Post 11421360)
Is Lineker not just having a dig at an arsenal associated player? He always seems to do that.

Well he should take the piss out of a current Arsenal player then, not a previous one!

David of Kent 24-11-2013 10:08 AM

Lineker's comment about Pulis I think is just him kidding around. Hard to be offended by Lineker. Hansen is just a lazy, lazy pundit who phones it in week after week. It's a shame, when he first became a pundit he was interesting and a step above what we'd had. Now he just phones it in for 90% of MoTD and displays that he's only got any interest in LFC and the top clubs. Sometimes I don't blame him after that long as a pundit, it's the BBC's error for giving him a big contract and pay rise last time out and losing Lee Dixon to ITV as a consequence (who is a much better pundit)

Owngoal 24-11-2013 10:18 AM

Awful coverage of the game. If you looked at it as a percentage there was too much focus on showing Bruce and Pullis for long chunks rather than play. They could have shown Pullis after the match without eating into their allowance. Chamack has been doing a decent job putting himself about. One could see that getting battered twice by McShane may actually have been a bit 'naughty' and worthy of a card. Ours was the performance of the day when all MOTD has said previously was we are gone

Chillo 24-11-2013 10:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChuckMcBalls (Post 11421061)
I replied to his tweet about Chamakh an hour or so ago saying 'except his general play has been good this season, but to know that would mean watching and game and not rehashing cliches'. It was my second edit after debating calling him a goggle eared scrote in capital letters.

10 mins later and he's deleted all his tweets talking about Chamakh.

You're welcome BBS.

Don't worry, I've just reminded him about his crass comment.

Pikie Punisher 24-11-2013 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sunshine lucas (Post 11421255)
Not bothered by Lineker...
As Chocky says, Hansen has never got over the 4-3 when we started the steady demise of 'Pool... :D
Of course he's right re a certain lack of quality for his beloved top half of the Prem, but don't tell me Hull were full of quality and invention... they were on a par with us yesterday - and came out losers. Indeed, I've seen a few teams who we can seriously think about finishing above now. Time to worry Mr Hansen :D

Hansen dines with Delia Smith so I'm sure he sees the put downs towards Norwich's fellow strugglers as a way to stay in her knickers and continue to enjoy her cherry topped wobbly pink blancmange's, full bush tucker haddock sandwich and chocolate ring surprise.

Jordan's Jacket 24-11-2013 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 11421358)
I knew a BBC producer who did not like Jools Holland, and would tell me on a few occasions what an unpleasant person he is. Which again goes against the public persona of him. However the guy was a bit of a tight twat so maybe Jools Holland simply did not like him, which I thought was an easily understood viewpoint to hold.

The ex-Producer is a very pleasant female, which I suspect was part of the problem for Lineker. A massive misogynist, allegedly......

Gooders 24-11-2013 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by jonah (Post 11421240)

Again, laughable punditry. No analysis of the sending off, and Kilbane said it was a 'smash and grab' performance. Sure, Hull had more possession, but only 1 more attempt at goal than us.

Indeed. Lazy and cliched punditry. "Smash and grab" describes a game where one team walks away with a narrow victory having been battered from start to finish.

I'm biased of course but I think we were the better side in all areas of the pitch yesterday, and comfortably so.

imashed 24-11-2013 10:34 AM

Iam sure he started crying when he went off after touching his head then looking at his hand.

Ralph 24-11-2013 10:35 AM

Got some very shady stories about Jools Holland, Gary Lineker, Ian Wright and Alan Hansen but I'll be saving them all my biography.

All I'll say is, they are as twatty as you think,

ExiledStirling 24-11-2013 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Jordan's Jacket (Post 11421409)
The ex-Producer is a very pleasant female, which I suspect was part of the problem for Lineker. A massive misogynist, allegedly......

Fair enough. The guy I knew was an up himself twat, who had the insincere smile of a Peter Mandelson and would not stand his rounds in the pub unless reminded, though he would still complain that he was being unfairly picked on, while handing over the money to the bar staff.

Ninjas Headband 24-11-2013 10:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Chobham Eagle (Post 11421359)
No coverage of the Hull fans' demo either. All in all it was pretty crap coverage.

No surprise really. The powers that be don't want fans standing up for themselves and the integrity of their club.

Was very impressed with the Hull fans in the first half and a standing ovation from the Palace support as their fans battled with the stewards to get their banner back.

garronrav 24-11-2013 10:58 AM

Strikes me as someone who tries to be part of the one of the lads cliché and tries to be funny with his snide comments but it doesn't really work, a bit like Alan Partridge

EdMan 24-11-2013 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Pikie Punisher (Post 11421396)
Hansen dines with Delia Smith so I'm sure he sees the put downs towards Norwich's fellow strugglers as a way to stay in her knickers and continue to enjoy her cherry topped wobbly pink blancmange's, full bush tucker haddock sandwich and chocolate ring surprise.

Very good, can't help wondering what the "surprise" might be though....

bodger 24-11-2013 11:07 AM

Chamakh played very well with a bad cut and should have been given the credit he deserved.

Chocky 24-11-2013 11:11 AM

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Originally Posted by EdMan (Post 11421464)
Very good, can't help wondering what the "surprise" might be though....

That will be when the drunken old slag pukes in his mouth.

Al From Bromley 24-11-2013 11:11 AM

With Lineker I always feel it;s a bit tongue in cheek. With Hansen however, and his mutterings about 'quality', it's as if he still hasn't forgiven Palace for that cup semi-final!

alanlee11 24-11-2013 11:14 AM

very interesting update on this.

Just checked his Twitter timeline and he has DELETED the tweets re Palace, clearly someone has had a word or he has realized that whilst one stand alone jokey dig in a tweet is ok, three tweets and a snide comment on air was too much yesterday.

People say it's just a silly tweet here and there, but he seemed to be really gunning for us yesterday.


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