Gary Neville - lest we forget..

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  1. Murph

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    But..... the first 30 minutes, chuckle said he's not seen that for 6 years. Thought the first 30 mins was poor from both team's. Certainly nothing to get excited about, you midget herman munster.
     
  2. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Had that game finished 1-4 few Wolves fans could have complained about the scoreline not reflecting what went on during the 90mins.
     
  3. Onholiday(somemightsay)

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    That's through the barrel and scraping through tarmac is it not? ;-)
     
  4. Gordyola

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    Thought his analysis was very poor and the clips he showed didn’t fully back up his argument He showed Vinie’s miscontrol and claimed it was as a result of how Wolves were set-up
     
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  5. peace frog

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    he was shocking after the match last night
     
  6. halfmist

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    Not got a problem with women doing the analysis. It’s when they get get to commentary it’s PC gone mad. When they screech out at an exciting moment in the game it’s excruciating particularly when a goal is scored and I have just nodded off.
     
  7. mancity2012_eamo

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    I thought he was comedy gold on MNF.
    Carragher kept feeding himrope, very sympathetically (He was lapping it up), and poor old Gary just tied himself up in knots.
    They then took the rope off him and handed him a shovel. He proceeded to dig and dig and keep digging. I think he must be halfway to Australia by now.

    Loved it. It was great viewing.
     
  8. mat

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    I don't think anyone has. The backhanded sexism is still there as ex-players such as Scott and Finnis-Brown pushed to the front because they look good on tele whilst others like Smith and Aluko get the radio gigs and an occasional 20-second slot on TV.
     
  9. Onholiday(somemightsay)

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    Then how can you explain the eye candy that has been on parade for the last however many years in the form of Rat-boy? :-/
     
  10. mat

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    The eye candy for the females (well his sister's anyway)
     

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