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Football pundit astounds literary critics with use of seasonal imagery

Mark Lawrenson is the toast of London literary society

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Posted: Dec 21st, 2013
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Jonathan Pearce announces trial of new voice for Ukraine commentary

It is thought the new tone will replace the note slightly above D-minor which Pearce has used exclusively since learning to imitate the sound of a moped when he was seven years old.

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Posted: Jun 16th, 2012
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Euro 2012 cameramen vying for coveted ‘TottyCam’ honours

cameras reveal Greece staying with classic 34-26-34 formationHalf way through the group stages of the European Championships and competition is hotting up among the television cameramen hoping to bag the tournament’s highest honour for picking out pretty young women from the stadium crowds.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2012
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Outed ex-pro Robbie Savage calls for tolerance of football’s thespians

but soft, what goal from yonder route one ball breakethFootballing macho man Robbie Savage gave 110 per cent every game, but there was one thing he could never admit to, until his career was over. He was a thespian.

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Posted: Feb 3rd, 2012
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BBC to scrap Match of the Day in favour of FIFA2012

BBC officials announced today that they will no longer be showing Match of the Day in its current format and will replace the show with EA Sports’ award-winning FIFA2012 game. The move comes after researchers from the BBC Archive Unit analysed 20 years of MOTD commentary and realised nobody would be any the wiser.

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Posted: Nov 18th, 2011
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