...they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? Philippe Senderos. Which kind of, bar a couple of games, describes Euro 2008 so far.
...is the McClown. Another great example of reading just what the public want the B.B.C. have employed Steve McClaren at the cost of five grand to commentate on the tournament he failed to get to.
...we won't have to pay for the privilege of being inflicted with Ian Wright on the BBC anymore.
...in the best season for the F.A. Cup for a long time, with three upsets in the quarter finals and Portsmouth being the only Premier League side in the semi-finals of the F.A. Cup.
...mother...on the front page I don't know, anyway tonight BBC Four The Stooges, MC5, John Lee Hooker and more in Motor City's Burning.
...their TV schedule is disturbed for just one whole day by a bit of rugby, 124 of them whinge and moan about not seeing some pre-recorded piece of crap show.
...same sentence shocker. Their "Pop! What Is It Good for?" season means some good stuff from Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, Slade and Led Zeppelin.
Spurs had a great chance to end a 17 year long hex and win away at Chelski and they blew it.
Scouse caricature John Aldridge had to pick Tottenham out of the hat to play ManUre away in the 4th round of this seasons F.A. Cup in today's draw.
...shocker, have the Beeb finally listened to their paymasters as they have brought Mike Carlson in to be the analyst during their Super Bowl broadcast?
The B.B.C.'s coverage of the New York Giants v Miami Dolphins at Wembley was exactly as I suspected it would be, fronted by a muppet and not enough real highlights of the game. But it was good to have Jimmy Armfield back on 5Live's football broadcast on Sunday.
The journalist unions are up in arms about job cuts at the B.B.C. in a classic case of 1950's 'I'm All Right Jack' they like 10 people doing the job of one.
as England's luck ran out against Russia they were faced with only a half wit manager leading donkeys into battle, this defeat should have ended McClown's job but he and the fool that employed him as still there.
Why do TV companies spoil their programmes with stupid banners telling us what's on next and then drown out the dialogue doing exactly the same?
For some reason twenty five years after first getting an audience on British TV the BBC is going to show some NFL with the London game and the Super Bowl, can they be worse than ITV?