MOTD 17/18

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  1. The Preacher

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    Yep. Shearer and Neville last night and now Wright and Keown tonight. The momentum’s building: Dyche nailed on for Manager of the Year. What a shameless, wretched bunch these pundits are!
     
  2. chesterbells

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    Is it right that Sergio hasnt made the team of the year as well?
     
  3. jrb

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    There must be quite a few gutted staff at BBC Sports, Mediacity, Tonight.
     
  4. chesterbells

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    Apparently they managed to make netball their lead story earlier though, which was awfully good of them - keeping it in the Neville family obviously
     
  5. Xhavenjoe

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    Yep. Shearer and Neville last night and now Wright and Keown tonight. The momentum’s building: Dyche nailed on for Manager of the Year. What a shameless, wretched bunch these pundits are!
     
  6. Xhavenjoe

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    Watched both motds and a repeat All said Pep should be manager of the year. They did say that if Burnley did end up in the top six then Dyche would be a worthy winner. I would agree with them.
     
  7. tommo74

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    It's nailed on, dyche manager of the year, salah player of the year, rashford young player of the year, no city player will win Jack shit, but hey ho, would rather have a prem trophy and medal than some crap fake voted for award
     
  8. tommo74

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    Just hang fire mate, if peg wins f.a. cup unless it's voted before the final, he will get it, the way he has dragged players who cost nothing, and actually pay the club to pull on that famous shirt, will be a bigger miracle than Jesus himself rising again
     
  9. oakiecokie

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    Jesus has risen and he`s already won two trophies this season.
     
  10. tommo74

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    Ha ha good point
     

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