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motd

message of the day
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I'm the longest-serving member on the MOTD team," adds John.
Compare any episode of MOTD to one hour of Gary Neville's in-depth analysis for Sky, a forensic appraisal of player positions and movement underpinned by razor-sharp technology, and you can see the BBC is struggling.
Michael Grade described MOTD as a 'tired old show' and it surely is an insomniac's dream, if that's not too much of an oxymoron.
HEADING FOR A REPLAY Lineker first became MOTD presenter in 1999 but could lose out again if the ITV team (left) win their bid
A sizeable portion of the MOTD audience is footballers watching their own performances and hoping not to get verbally nutmegged by the now retired Alan Hansen.
Now BBC documentary MOTD at 50 will mark the anniversary and pay homage to the goals, gaffes and gaffers that have graced the show since that iconic theme tune was first heard on August 22, 1964.
Former Manchester City and Liverpool star Dietmar Hamann, now a MOTD pundit, slammed 10-goal Toure as "a liability" after City's 3-2 win at Swansea, claiming the Ivory Coast star leaves his team exposed by not tracking back.
MOTD 2 failed to show or even mention the incident, which again indicates their shameful editorial bias in choosing which particular players are highlighted for violent conduct and those benevolently overlooked.
He looks pretty comfy on the MOTD sofa, and I can't see him learning his trade in the lower leagues.
So to those of you who have reminded me that I said I'd never do MOTD again, that was the reason why I took the opportunity.
Well what do you know, three Liverpool fans were saying on the box saying a week earlier that Liverpool had a good chance of winning the title - eat your hearts out MOTD - you got it terribly wrong yet again.