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Nuno No No?

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Did anyone see Moysey last night on MOTD talking about Big Phil going to Chelsea? It was just following that embarrassing interview with Scolari and Nuno Gomes - DM said he had inside knowledge of Big Phil's motivational skills what with Nuno Gomes being at Everton.

Have we just made our first signing of the close season or does DM not know which Nuno is in his squad?
Chris McGlynn, London     Posted 16/06/2008 at 10:36:01

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Dan McKie
1   Posted 16/06/2008 at 15:02:22

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You never know what Portugese and Brazilian players names actually are so he may not have made a mistake! Or he may have made a tit of himself on telly, who knows?
Connor Rohrer
2   Posted 16/06/2008 at 15:43:56

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I think he meant Nuno Valente.
Guy Hastings
3   Posted 16/06/2008 at 16:51:59

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It didn?t help DM calling the Czech Republic Czechoslovakia, either. Never mind, so long as he knows the whereabouts of BK?s transfer fund...
Peter Roberts
4   Posted 16/06/2008 at 16:56:18

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Problem is Guy, I?m not sure he knows the whereabouts of that either...
Terry Waterhouse
5   Posted 16/06/2008 at 17:04:37

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Moyes should stick to managing Everton. He is a useless pundit who makes one slip-up after another. Any one of us could make the asinine comments he comes up with. I don?t expect to see any of the players he purports to admire appearing in an Everton shirt but I suppose it?s a well paid jolly for one of the Prem?s pauper managers.
Alan Holmes
6   Posted 16/06/2008 at 18:48:07

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I’m certainly not RS but since when has Moyes been an expert on Euro Champions football......or Alllardyce,Townsend et al?
David Nicholls
7   Posted 16/06/2008 at 19:09:16

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I think Moysie does us proud when he goes on as a pundit, he blantantly knows his football which is more than can be said for the majority of the muppets that get jobs on telly when their own management careers go down the pan.

Pete Whittingham
8   Posted 16/06/2008 at 19:42:11

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I don’t think Moyes is any better or worse than all the other experts doing the job.I’d just like to think he was there to sign one or two top players rather than just supplementing his £2.5M salary! But then he walks on water notwithstanding our crap last third of the season.
Ps I forgot,it was Cahill’s fault!
James Marshall
9   Posted 16/06/2008 at 20:38:21

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Have you ever heard/seen members of the public being asked heir views on games mid-game? They always mumble some nonsensical rubbish and look like uneducated morons without fail - DM is way better than most, and a hell of alot better than listening to Hansen, Lawrenson, Shearer or God forbid, Ian Wright.
Paul Whitehouse
10   Posted 16/06/2008 at 20:41:32

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To prove the point.. even the submitter got the channel wrong. Moyes is on ITV .. MOTD is on BBC1. Give the man a break!
Simon Skinner
11   Posted 16/06/2008 at 22:37:04

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Steve Ryder’s question to Alllardyce the other night was golden (I’m paraphrasing):

"Sam, good to see Greece going out wasn’t it, we don’t want anyone going through playing that style of football, do we?
Andy Callan
12   Posted 17/06/2008 at 12:30:34

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Ha ha ha ha - I heard Ryder say that.

Fuck Allardyce - he’s a crook... In the same brown envolope clan as Graham, Venables and Atkinson...!!!!!!!!!

Richard Harris
13   Posted 19/06/2008 at 10:18:25

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Moyes is cautious when commenting but that’s his nature and he seems to play it safe so that he doesn’t offend anyone. There may not be much revelation but he’s far more informed than the other ITV pundits and, although less flamboyant, he makes far more sense than Martin O’Neill on the BBC. Plus it helps with our profile and is a change from having to endure overindulged opinions from Ferguson, Wenger and Benitez that are everywhere else...

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