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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by Chris in London, 14 Jun 2019.
Yeah he's on there as well.
In his element currently, no doubt.
Is this the same group of journalists who are reporting Manure’s PERFECT record of wins in pre-season....following their 2-2 draw over Milan ????
Apparently the end result is key when reporting on the sh!t
They will not bat an eyelid at the fee*for Maguire, cos United have loads of money earned the ‘right way’
*until it all goes pear shaped and they’re fighting to hold off Wolves, Leicester and Everton for the coveted final “big 6” place.
The person in charge of today's transfer update page: https://www.instagram.com/laurasavvas/?hl=en
Oh suprise. Another dipper paid for by the public.
Fair to say a large proportion of her BBC salary went on making her proportions shall we say.....larger.
Indeed. And throw some questionable views in for good measure:
According to Wilson in his Guardian blog:
because of those plucky, under resourced, underdogs, Liverpool FC, it looks like "... the champions will again have a proper race to run."
Thank goodness for our friends at the other end of the M62. How could we do this without them?
He's someone who sent in a text. He'n not a BBC employee.
Her bosses at the BBC won't like to see this...
7 United articles before the 1st City article.
A local paper for local clubs.
Sports journalism has been on a downward spiral for decades. Very few reporters are capable of generating a genuine news story from their own contacts. Holt used to be one of the better ones but he also seems to have been sucked into the world of social media tittle tattle. The traditional media brands are dying on their feet because people, especially football fans don't trust them any more. The BBC has become a laughing stock with its coverage of football, especially online.