On My HeadPosted by Hooton Roberts Sun, June 24, 2012 22:19:15
In every penalty shootout that has mattered to me, one thing has occurred. Winning penalties happen to the right of the screen, losing penalties to the left side. The only time England have won a penalty shootout versus Spain in 1996 was when the penalties were on the right side of the screen. Every other time the left side of the screen and they've lost.
On My HeadPosted by Hooton Roberts Tue, January 25, 2011 19:33:45
Andy Gray and Richard Keys had a tape of their conversation regarding an assistant referee 'released' last weekend which led to an outraged furore on twitter and in the media.
By Monday, both had been suspended for their intended broadcast on TV that night.
By Tuesday, Keys had apologised to the target of he and Gray's comments, Sian Massey.
Then MORE 'footage' was 'released' regarding Gray's previously unseen antics.
Then, Gray was sacked and a big hurrah! was heard by those wanting less dinosaurs with their Premiership coverage and less sexism with their 'sexy football'.
Later that day, we find that Gray recently began legal action against a Sunday newspaper – owned by the same person who owns the TV company he works for!
Have we been a part of 'an event'? Are we the puppet people?