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...hindsight and all that.

 

In today's match, as the ball was crossed into Kane at the edge of the box with (I think) TAA and Gomez right on him, he tried to take a touch and take it past them (nearly worked).

 

Commentator: "Y'know I'm surprised he didn't just take the shot on the swivel".

 

You mean you're surprised he didn't try the very difficult option of controlling the ball and trying to do a swivel shot with his back to the goal from 18 yards out? Of course, if he had tried that option and fluffed i, you can guarantee the commentator would have said "Y'know, I'm surprised he didn't try to take a touch and take it past them".

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Garth Crooks  this week;

 "Chris Smalling, with his new 'natty dread' hair style, was outstanding against Watford. The new look oozes swagger and if his goal was anything to go by, the defender's hairstyle may have something to do with it. Amazing what a new look can do."

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Garth Crooks  this week;

 "Chris Smalling, with his new 'natty dread' hair style, was outstanding against Watford. The new look oozes swagger and if his goal was anything to go by, the defender's hairstyle may have something to do with it. Amazing what a new look can do."

 

Wow. 

 

There was the week where he went off the scale at Bakayoko at Chelsea because he'd dyed his hair blue. 

 

The mad b*****d

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Garth Crooks  this week;

 "Chris Smalling, with his new 'natty dread' hair style, was outstanding against Watford. The new look oozes swagger and if his goal was anything to go by, the defender's hairstyle may have something to do with it. Amazing what a new look can do."

He’s going to be a great old person isn’t he

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heard two different commentators say at the weekend, about liverpool:

 

"they've got great strength and depth"

 

and

 

"they've got great strength of depth".

 

i know it's only one word and perhaps i'm being pedantic but get it f***ing right can't you? one changes the meaning of the expression entirely and the other doesn't mean anything.


also, chris sutton is a f***ing tory MP in waiting, robbie savage's intelligence married to alan partridge's charm and presentation style.

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heard two different commentators say at the weekend, about liverpool:

 

"they've got great strength and depth"

 

and

 

"they've got great strength of depth".

 

i know it's only one word and perhaps i'm being pedantic but get it f***ing right can't you? one changes the meaning of the expression entirely and the other doesn't mean anything.

also, chris sutton is a f***ing tory MP in waiting, robbie savage's intelligence married to alan partridge's charm and presentation style.

 

Sure the first one didn't say "strength in depth?"

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