Media Thread 2019-20

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  1. oakiecokie

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    See ... you can find positives. ;) ;)
     
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  2. MillionMilesAway

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    The comms/summarisers are many of the usual suspects. I think this is us:

    Presenter: Gabby Logan
    Commentary: Peter Drury/Jim Beglin
    Reporter: Gabriel Clarke
    Pundits: Alan Shearer/Roberto Martinez/Nigel de Jong
     
  3. jrb

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    Once in a Blue Moon. ;-)

    Unfortunately articles like that would never appear in the MEN, the Daily Mail, the Express, the Sun, the Star, the Mirror, etc.

    There’s too much research involved and proper journalism.

    Instead of the click bait sh**e that fills most online tabloid football websites.
     
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  4. SilverFox2

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    As you say proper journalism.
    The FT was bought out by the Nikhai a few years ago with the FT already 75 percent digital but unable to compete with the Nik..
    Todays newspapers are restricted to writing clickbait stories having missed completely the message of the FT reason for sale.
     
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  5. oakiecokie

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    Just don`t go looking mate ... it does the stress levels no good at all. ;)
     
  6. karen7

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    Spoilt by repeating this several times,implying we are owned by a state

    In the decade since, Manchester City has been transformed into a slick, trophy-winning club at the centre of a global footballing franchise that has become the world’s most valuable sports group. Last week, Abu Dhabi sold a $500m stake in City Football Group, which owns Manchester City and stakes in clubs from the US to Australia, to private equity firm Silver Lake, in a deal that valued CFG at $4.8bn.
     
  7. karen7

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    Oh dear jim beglin
     
  8. big gaz

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    Can he play up front and score with is head ? if not f**k him off ;-)
     
  9. oakiecokie

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    With some of Mendi`s crossing you would need two Peter Crouches stood on top of one another !!
     
  10. big gaz

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    Haha, in all fairness that was a good article people with brains know what's what .
     

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