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Chris Charles | 10:19 UK time, Wednesday, 4 November 2009

As you may have noticed, the Quotes of the Week format has been tweaked to incorporate it into this blog. The idea is that you add any decent quotes/chants/banners/announcements you may have seen or heard and the best ones will be highlighted in next week's.

Anyone who is not signed up to post on blogs can continue to use the old post-form email system for the next couple of weeks but after that we'll just be taking comments on the blog. So without further ado, here's Frank Lampard to kick us off....

"With and without the ball at the moment we're very on the ball."
Frank Lampard has a ball after Chelsea's thumping of Bolton. .

"Yeah, next week's game is important. If we lose next week we could be relegated so it's going to be a desperate week."
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp with just a hint of sarcasm when asked on Match of the Day whether next Saturday's game against Sunderland was important.

"Scintillating? No, I'd call it a nuclear explosion."
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon after his team blasted Sampdoria 5-1.

"He's definitely a plonker, but in the nicest possible way."
Sheffield Wednesday keeper Lee Grant on team-mate Luke Varney, who scored the equaliser against Bristol City.
Del Boy and Rodney in Only Fools and HorsesTwo characters who know all about plonkers
"I know very well what I have to do if I have the flu. It's not a medical
prescription. It's my grandmother's prescription - hot milk. Alcohol - red wine. Fantastic."
Carlo Ancelotti has the perfect antidote for swine flu.

"We've all got Abba songs in our heads after all."
England coach Fabio Capello is a big fan of the Mamma Mia musical.

"When the FA moved from Soho Square, it was like having the whole family back in the one house, but the first time I set foot in here, I took an eternity to find the way out. Ray Clemence and I were going up and down, up and down, never finding the right floor."
But the Italian met his Waterloo when trying to get out of Wembley Stadium.

"Players run from three miles away and then just stand chin to chin. I don't understand it. If you're going to run that distance, you might as well throw haymakers!"
Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton after a bit of handbags following the 4-0 defeat by Leeds.

"I thought he might miss the penalty because you know what some Scots are like - a bit tight!"
MK Dons captain Dean Lewington after Peter Leven scored a penalty in the win against Bristol Rovers. The League One side are donating money to the forces' charity Help For Heroes for every goal they score.

My secret is adapting to the country I am in. Here I eat roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. There are people who visit different countries and don't adapt. It is a must."
Arsene Wenger is fitting in nicely with the culture of Les Rosbifs.

"Jermaine is really generous - he bought me some Christian Louboutin shoes for Christmas which I love. But the best present he ever got is priceless - a tattoo of my face on his forearm."
Jermaine Jenas' fiancee reveals the price of true love.

"I talk rubbish every day - that's probably why I'm captain."
Kilmarnock skipper Kevin Kyle on the secret of good captaincy.

"I think the players are one million per cent behind me."
Phil Brown is turning into Kevin Keegan.
Kevin KeeganIs he Browny in disguise?
"We were getting to to the stage where we were thinking, we don't even get
them in training now!"
Wolves striker Kevin Doyle on his side's struggle to win penalty decisions in the top flight.

"I'm on the moon."
Golfer Michael Jonzon takes an old cliche and raises it one after winning the Castello Masters.



AND SOME FROM YOU

"The fact we didn't play for three months during the summer was a massive help."
Nottingham Forest defender Luke Chambers when asked what the secret to Forest's seven-month unbeaten away record was.
(Jon Ball, Stoke-on-Trent).

"The one difference between Lennon and Bentley is that they're completely different players."
Heard during the Spurs-Everton Carling Cup coverage on 5 Live.
(Jon Allsop, England).

"He's so right-sided, me and my friends call him the 'Anti-Giggs'."
Liverpool fan on 606 describing Ryan Babel.
(Waheed Seria, Surrey).

"The car was fantastic, it worked brilliantly on both tyres."
Sebastian Vettel after winning the Abu Dhabi GP on two fewer tyres than his rivals, apparently!
(David Howell, Essex).

"Van Persie has shown us that he uses his right foot only to enter a tram rather than play football with it."
BHT's (Bosnian national TV) Zoran Šuko during the Spurs-Arsenal game. Five minutes later Van Persie scored the first of his two goals, both with his right foot!
(Andrea Grozdani, Bosnia & Herzegovina).

It will be pitch black during tomorrow's race, apart from the floodlights.
F1 presenter Jake Humphrey on Abu Dhabi's night race!
(Paul, England).

"Coach of the Italian national team? No, never."
Fabio Capello when asked whether he would consider coaching the Italian National team.

And immediately afterwards....

"A return to Juventus? You can never say never, in football anything can happen."
(Tam, Buenos Aires).

"Kaka's penalty shout has fallen on deaf eyes."
Sky commentator during the Real Madrid-Getafe game on Saturday night.
(Christie Pemberton, Surrey).

"I threw my jacket down because I was frustrated. I couldn't communicate with the players because of the noise of the stadium - I am not used to that!"
Arsene Wenger on the noise in the 'library'.
(Clive, UK).
Arsene Wenger, without jacketWenger gets shirty at The Emirates
"It kind of handles like a pregnant elephant."
Sir Jackie Stewart on F1 cars with full fuel tanks. I know Sir Jackie is a good driver, but I never realised he could drive animals!
(Luke, England).

5 live F1 presenter Holly Samos: "Robert, can you hear me OK?"
Robert Kubica: "Pardon?"
During the Adu Dhabi F1 second practice session.
(Oz Phillips, England).

"There's no doubt Bentley has balls - and plenty of 'em."
Harry Redknapp on David Bentley.
(Mali, Kenya).

"We've seen it 3,200 times before..."
Real Madrid coach Manuel Pellegrini being 76.49 per cent specific.
(Chris Humphris, London).

"You only get those goals on a computer game."
Paul Merson after Arsenal almost score a perfect box-to-box goal in their Carling Cup clash with Liverpool.
(Waheed Seria, Surrey).

"Hartson believes Celtic must recruit a forward to compliment McDonald."
On BBC Sport website picture caption. What exactly does he want to be complimented on? His hair? Dress sense?
(John, Scotland).

"There's no such thing as a bad penalty."
Commentator during the Hearts-Celtic game. Try telling that to David Beckham.
(Thom Williams, UK).

"Scottish football is Scottish football. For a traditionalist like me, that's where the Old Firm should play."
Premier League supremo Richard Scudamore. Traditionalist?! Coming from the man who wants to implement the 39th game?
(Rob Porter, UK).

"Liverpool should appoint Dalglish. The Premier League needs more English managers."
The culturally-aware ex US player Eric Wynalda on 'Fox Football Fone In' in the States.
(BermudaPool, Bermuda).
Kenny Dalglish playing for Scotland in 1977Are you going to tell him he's English or am I?
"They now need a meat and potatoes powerplay."
Kevin Weekes on US TV during the Minnesota-Chicago NHL game
(Jack Gulston, England).

"Summing up that response was his England team-mate Robert Green who produced a stunning match-winning save at the death to save a point."
West Ham's official website. Apparently, match-winning saves are only enough for a point.
(Ricky Galer, England).



CHANTS OF THE WEEK

"You're just a fat Robbie Savage!"
Arsenal fans singing to Andriy Voronin of Liverpool in the Carling Cup.
(Tom Clifton, UK).

"We want four!"
Fulham fans while leading 3-1 against Liverpool.
(George, Cornwall).

"SuBo! SuBo! SuBo!"
Celtic fans greet Susan Boyle's arrival on the pitch at half-time against Hamburg.
(Colin Stone, Scotland).

"Bent and Kenwynne Jones.........they got a thing going on."
To the tune of Me and Mrs Jones. Sung at the Birmingham-Sunderland match.
(Phillip O'Brien, Birmingham).

"Mannion was better than Finney!"
Chant by Middlesbrough fans at Preston.
(Rod Lavan, England).

"You're just a small town in Blackburn!"
Heard at Bristol Rovers vs Leeds. According to Rovers fans, Blackburn are near-neighbours of Leeds...if neighbours means being in a different county and 50 miles away!
(Dave P, England).

"Fergie, Fergie sign 'em up!"
Heard at Barnsley-Man Utd as two streakers combined to 'score'.
(Benni Sluckis, Manchester).

"You only came for the T-shirts."
QPR fans to Derby on a night when every Rams fan was given a free commemorative shirt.
(Gerard Walsh, England).

"Love, love will tear you apart again!"
Stenhousemuir fans to midfielder Robert Love, to the tune of Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart.
(Tom Oliver, Scotland).

"5-2 and we've got the flu!"
Blackburn fans at the Peterborough game. Three players had been diagnosed with swine flu.
(Rob of the Robots, England).

"You're just a small town with swine flu!"
Peterborough fans have their say.
(Johnny Evo, Huntingdon).

"We don't need a beachball!"
Heard at Peterborough-Scunthorpe to referee Mike Jones, who infamously allowed the 'beachball' goal for Sunderland against Liverpool. (Matt Evetts, England).
Pepe Reina and the beach ballYou won't find any of these down at London Road
"One Tong, we've only got one Tong!"
FC United fans sing centre-half Adam Tong's name after his unfortunate own goal against Northwich Victoria in the FA Cup on Saturday.
(Colm Lambert, UK).

"We're your biggest fans, we'll follow you around the country, Lionel, Lionel Ainsworth."
Sung to Huddersfield winger Lionel Ainsworth (to the tune of Paparazzi by Lady Gaga).
(John McNamara, England).

"Boom Boom Boom, let me hear you say Barrow... BARROW!"
To the tune of the Outhere Brothers song, as sung by Barrow fans away at Chester.
(Matt, England).

"I am a Fleetwood Fan
I Support Fleetwood Town ...
I want to be at Highbury."
Sung by Fleetwood Town fans during the 3-1 FA Cup victory, to the tune of Anarchy in the UK.
(Rob Morley, England)
Why would you want to be at Highbury? Note: It's since been pointed out to me that Fleetwood play their home games at Highbury - so that would be why, then.

"We've won it five times, We've won it five times, The Darlington and District League, We've won it five times!"
Darlington RA fans singing at every home game
(Nathaniel Rowntree, England).



STADIUM ANNOUNCEMENTS OF THE WEEK

And at Swine Flu stadium, it is Blackburn 2, Peterborough 1.
Stadium announcer at Bristol Rovers reading the half-time scores.
(George U, Bristol).

"And the third sub for Wimbled...er...MK Dons, ahem, is..."
Heard at St Mary's during Southampton v MK Dons.
(Tom, UK).



NON-STADIUM ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WEEK

"The exit barriers are open, so if you have an Oyster card, make sure you touch out. If you have a ticket then never mind and if you did not buy a ticket then you have a result."
Stanmore tube station announcer helping the mass of people exiting Wembley following Sunday's NFL Patriots victory.
(Ken, England).



BANNER OF THE WEEK

"You told us to come back when we'd won 18 titles...well, we're back."
Banner from Manchester United supporters seen at Anfield. (Bledi, UK).



T-SHIRT OF THE WEEK

"See you in the Championship next year."
Spotted on the back of a Saints top during the Great South Run - a 10-mile course through the city of Portsmouth.
(Mark Hopkins, England).



HEADLINE OF THE WEEK

"Mandelson demands British GP Fix."
Headline from BBC F1 pages. Didn't know he was connected to Renault...or does he just want Button or Hamilton to win?
(Dr S Walker, UK).

Comments

  • 1. At 12:38pm on 04 Nov 2009, jack holland wrote:

    fleetwood play at highbury that is why they'd want to be there!

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  • 2. At 12:42pm on 04 Nov 2009, Chris Charles wrote:

    1. jack holland: Oh dear, now who's the plonker? Must brush up on my Conference North knowledge before next week.

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  • 3. At 12:57pm on 04 Nov 2009, LABSAB9 wrote:

    I love it when quotes of the week comes out absolutely bloody love it!!!

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  • 4. At 1:28pm on 04 Nov 2009, WheelOfFortuna wrote:

    A small highlight of an otherwise dull week!

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  • 5. At 1:31pm on 04 Nov 2009, Gooner-magic-man wrote:

    "Are you Tottenham in disguise? Are you Tottenham, are you Tottenham, are you Tottenham in disguise?!

    Arsenal fans to Spurs fans at the Emirates.

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  • 6. At 1:44pm on 04 Nov 2009, CASROB wrote:

    In the Metro newspaper on Monday "David Wright's second-half goal at Portman Road on Saturday secured the Sussex side's first victory . . ." No wonder they are struggling to win if they are going to the wrong county.

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  • 7. At 2:46pm on 04 Nov 2009, trikaya wrote:

    Re: Ken - (Pats at Buccs NFL Stanmore tube station announcer) - in the interests of journalistic best practice, yep, I must've been getting off the same train back from Wembley and can verify as a second source that superb platform announcement; kind of dry English wit you'd never get at a US stadium. Also great to see virtually all 32 NFL team replica shirts in the crowd, wearers enjoying great banter with each other and on the way home. The paradox is, there is a place for the 'who ate all the pies' lower-league experience as well as the Premier League teams/FA learning a thing or two from how to do the marketing circus that is the NFL, properly.

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  • 8. At 2:47pm on 04 Nov 2009, mechkov wrote:

    "You're just a small town in Blackburn!"
    Heard at Bristol Rovers vs Leeds. According to Rovers fans, Blackburn are near-neighbours of Leeds...if neighbours means being in a different county and 50 miles away!
    (Dave P, England).

    The inability of Yorkshire folk to recognise humour is often quite bewildering...

    I can but shake my head.

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  • 9. At 3:42pm on 04 Nov 2009, cjp10 wrote:

    banner of the week,

    "Newry City, bordering on success"

    seen at the Showgrounds, Newry.
    Lets not be over the top now lads!

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  • 10. At 3:44pm on 04 Nov 2009, cjp10 wrote:

    This comment was removed because the moderators found it broke the House Rules.

  • 11. At 4:49pm on 04 Nov 2009, Holloway2Holland wrote:

    2. At 12:42pm on 04 Nov 2009, Chris Charles - BBC Sport wrote:
    This comment has been referred to the moderators. Explain.

    Mr Charles, tut tut.
    Moderated on your own blog, now you can be considered as one of the true greats and mentioned in the same breath as Robbo.

    P.S, we're still going to get your brilliant Review of the Week blogs, right?

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  • 12. At 4:49pm on 04 Nov 2009, RedBlueArmy92 wrote:

    Charlsie, get you with your fancy new postable blog style quotes of the week section... And you even got modded to celebrate the occasion...

    Wildman!

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  • 13. At 4:50pm on 04 Nov 2009, foxtrot_charlie wrote:

    This comment was removed because the moderators found it broke the House Rules.

  • 14. At 5:08pm on 04 Nov 2009, Supergeo2411Wfc - Save 606 wrote:

    Re Ken and #7, I was there on the train too, that announcer was a legend :)

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  • 15. At 5:17pm on 04 Nov 2009, RedWhiteandermblue wrote:

    #7--Agree on both counts. Best US stadium announcement I ever heard was the traditional one at University of Pittsburgh vs. West Virgina. "There's a tractor with its lights on, license plate..." Not so original (may have been used by every team that ever faced a rural rival) and not dry at all, but still funny... And NFL games may go one either twice as long or ten times as long as they should, and be filled with players making very questionable fashion choices, but it is a big, shiny media circus that's good at catching eyes.

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  • 16. At 5:23pm on 04 Nov 2009, RedWhiteandermblue wrote:

    "Coach Mike Tomlin and Aaron Smith cooked and served breast cancer survivors at Magee Women's Hospital."

    Pittsburgh, PA local news. Not sure that helps survival rates.

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  • 17. At 5:36pm on 04 Nov 2009, Chris Charles wrote:

    11/12. H2H/RBA: Outrageous! Think I've got away with it, though. And yes, Review will continue as normal.

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  • 18. At 5:52pm on 04 Nov 2009, niallthecod wrote:

    The words to the Fleetwood Song are actually:

    "I am a Fleetwood fan,
    And I come from Fleetwood Town,
    I know what I want and I know how to get it,
    I wanna destroy Telford FC,
    Cause, I wanna be Cod Army"

    :)

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  • 19. At 5:56pm on 04 Nov 2009, Teiam - problem solved wrote:

    Hahaha the first two comments are as good as anything on the quotes of the week! I love quotes of the week!

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  • 20. At 6:28pm on 04 Nov 2009, moreparsplease wrote:

    Chris
    I am not sre of your take on the Michael Jonzon quote. In what sense can going from over to on be said to be "raising." How is your spatial awareness generally?

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  • 21. At 7:27pm on 04 Nov 2009, blogdignag wrote:

    posts 11 and 12
    oi H2O , RBA - get back on the robbo blog where you belong!

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  • 22. At 7:32pm on 04 Nov 2009, yoponz wrote:

    Nice blog as usual Chris!

    How was it at Loftus Road last Friday night? Don't suppose you got ribbed for the defeat at all, eh?

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  • 23. At 8:56pm on 04 Nov 2009, stowyowl wrote:

    The car was fantastic, it worked brilliantly on both tyres."
    Sebastian Vettel after winning the Abu Dhabi GP on two fewer tyres than his rivals, apparently!
    (David Howell, Essex).

    Surely Seb is referring to the two different types of tyre that it is compulsary to use?

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  • 24. At 9:23pm on 04 Nov 2009, CNW0429 wrote:

    "Here's someone who knows all about wind. Ted"
    Ted:"How dare you!"

    David Croft to Ted Kravitz in 1st practice for Abu Dhabi GP, after discussing the changing direction of the breeze.

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  • 25. At 9:40pm on 04 Nov 2009, Adornu wrote:

    "Gary Neville's a better winger than Nani. Fact."
    From anon via text on 81111 on last Tueday’s football as it happened on BBC Sport website


    "I need 10 minutes to think about it. I can't believe [the penalty decision]. I just do not believe it. It's one of the worst I've seen in my lifetime."
    Man Utd boss Sir Alex Ferguson on the decision to reward Darren Fletcher a yellow card instead of a penalty

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  • 26. At 10:05pm on 04 Nov 2009, olu wrote:

    Are you Tottenham in disguise?
    sang by gunners during the mauling of spurs on saturday

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  • 27. At 10:14pm on 04 Nov 2009, DennyCraneWHU wrote:

    Thank God we can now add our quotes. I'm tired of sending in quotes and being ignored mainly 'cos the person doing the quotes is too overworked/ possibly lazy.

    Here's mine:

    Against Liverpool in the Champs League tonight, Lyon had a player called Pjanic. I half expected too see Lance Corporal Jones from Dad's Army leap up shouting, "Don't Panic!Don't Panic!!"

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  • 28. At 10:18pm on 04 Nov 2009, Tony Warner wrote:

    Heard at Fulham v Liverpool

    'Bobby for England'
    Fulham fans get overexcited.

    'First on Match of the Day'
    Unprecedented for Fulham, almost.

    '12 men, you've only got 12 men' after Fulham weren't given a penalty
    '11 men, you've only got 11 men' after Degen got sent off
    '10 men, you've only got 10 men' after Carrager's red

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  • 29. At 10:48pm on 04 Nov 2009, Brummerdickens wrote:

    After tonights Premier League game between West Ham and Aston Villa:

    "Zavon Hines and Gabriel Agbonlahor celebrate West Ham's dramatic injury-time winner"

    Is Agbonlahor a secret West Ham fan or just a bit of a masochist?

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  • 30. At 11:02pm on 04 Nov 2009, Auqakuh wrote:

    @27

    Mate, if that's the kind of thing you usually send in, it's no wonder your "quotes" never get published - that's not a quote!

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  • 31. At 11:08pm on 04 Nov 2009, Chelseadub wrote:

    Wrong Photo Caption of the Week! "Zavon Hines and Gabriel Agbonlahor celebrate West Ham's dramatic late winner" - on BBC website report on the West Ham v Villa game.... Agbonlahor??? I doubt it!!

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  • 32. At 11:23pm on 04 Nov 2009, chelsea4liv wrote:

    "Zavon Hines and Gabriel Agbonlahor celebrate West Ham's dramatic injury-time winner"
    (wow!Gabby must have signed for the Hammers right after the whistle)

    Les Roopanarine on BBC website report on West Ham 2 - 1 Aston Villa midweek premier league match.

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  • 33. At 01:45am on 05 Nov 2009, DennyCraneWHU wrote:

    @30
    Aqua,
    My comments are usually much better, but this time you may have a point, lol.

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  • 34. At 07:03am on 05 Nov 2009, Mark Bill wrote:

    ''the referee seems to have swallowed his whistle'' comentator of the milan v real madrid clash after the referee didn't call a number of fouls

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  • 35. At 10:10am on 05 Nov 2009, YeboahYeboah wrote:

    At 2:47pm on 04 Nov 2009, mechkov wrote:
    "You're just a small town in Blackburn!"
    Heard at Bristol Rovers vs Leeds. According to Rovers fans, Blackburn are near-neighbours of Leeds...if neighbours means being in a different county and 50 miles away!
    (Dave P, England).

    The inability of Yorkshire folk to recognise humour is often quite bewildering...

    I can but shake my head.

    ......................................................

    We always have a problem understanding Welsh humour....

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  • 36. At 12:26pm on 05 Nov 2009, Chuddy wrote:

    "Shoosh you, I'm talking here" - Dan Walker to Lawro on Football Focus, Saturday

    Love the quotes of the week, look forward to it every time!

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  • 37. At 1:26pm on 05 Nov 2009, villafan10 wrote:

    Did nobody see some of David Haye's quotes? Funny stuff. My favourite though is this one.

    "I'll rely on speed and power, that's ONE thing I've always had"

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  • 38. At 3:29pm on 05 Nov 2009, RobMorley wrote:

    Nialthecod, thanks for the correction. It must be my age, I was sat in the stand due to my arthritis from too much pogoing when younger. Probably with my head too close to the speakers thus mishearing. Top chanting anyway but please ask the boys to sing a little louder for the hard of hearing in the Highbury stand ;-)

    Did I also hear a chant to the tune of "English Civil War" ?

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  • 39. At 5:09pm on 05 Nov 2009, Gareth wrote:

    "I will ask the medical staff to take as long as they need to try to get him back into shape as quickly as they can."

    Roy Hodgson on Damian Duff (bbc sport)

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  • 40. At 1:03pm on 06 Nov 2009, neonMoongod wrote:

    @20...once you've left the earth, and are either 'over' or 'on' the moon, I presume you are still working by the earth being 'below' the moon - when clearly the question regarding the nature of 'up' in the gravity free atmosphere of space makes the difference between 'over' and 'on' the moon even more questionable.
    That said, you're 'raising' point probably is correct given that man will naturally work by the gravitational pull of the planet he calls home, I just felt I'd blur the issue a little as I have nothing better to do with my time...

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  • 41. At 2:15pm on 06 Nov 2009, The Slav wrote:

    What about the BBC commentator on Wednesday night during the Lyon v Liverpool game

    "Lyon had the Rome derby at the weekend and lost to St Etienne"

    I had to replay 3 times on the Sky+ just tio ensure I heard correctly

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  • 42. At 4:20pm on 06 Nov 2009, Meldrewman2007 wrote:

    Please put Review of the Week back to its old format!

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  • 43. At 4:36pm on 06 Nov 2009, Williamsbach wrote:

    Ummmm Andyslav.... Do you not think that could have been '..their own derby'? Lyon and St Etienne being about 30km apart, and all, hmmm?

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  • 44. At 6:57pm on 06 Nov 2009, MeanMrMustard wrote:

    ...or more likely the Rhône derby

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  • 45. At 7:16pm on 07 Nov 2009, grey_til_I_dye - down but not in the dumps wrote:

    Joe Royle, on ESPN when asked if he thought Wolves had a shout for a penalty:

    "I think it's hit his elbow more than his arm."

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  • 46. At 8:16pm on 07 Nov 2009, Adam wrote:

    "Stand up, if your staying dry!"

    Fans in the covered Devenport end taunt the fans in the uncovered Mayflower section while the rain pours down.

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  • 47. At 8:23pm on 07 Nov 2009, Adam wrote:

    "Neil has had a hip replancement"

    Argyle fans question Neil Sullivans age!

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  • 48. At 8:28pm on 07 Nov 2009, Adam wrote:

    "I don't think the ref hear the linesman put his flag up there!"

    Skysports commentator in the Barca game this weekend.

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  • 49. At 9:15pm on 07 Nov 2009, Nicholas Lurie wrote:

    "If you don't score at this level, unfortunately, you're not going to get a win."

    Steve Bruce after the Tottenham vs Sunderland game.
    Tell us Steve, at what level can you not score and win?

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  • 50. At 2:23pm on 08 Nov 2009, ChristalPalace wrote:

    "Small town in Welling, you're just a small town in Welling..."

    Northwich Victoria fans lay it on thick to their opposition counterparts during the FA Cup tie with Charlton.

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  • 51. At 4:26pm on 08 Nov 2009, ShinyDavidHowell wrote:

    'Vennegoor of Hesselink's second goal of the future earned Hull a critical three points'

    Caption below the photo in the Hull-Stoke article on this site, quickly edited out but worth noting for posterity!

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  • 52. At 6:11pm on 08 Nov 2009, Bortron wrote:

    "Things like that happen in games, and you just have to take it on the chin."

    Wales scrum-half Martin Roberts describing Dan Carter's high tackle on him. He seems to be talking both literally and figuratively at the same time.

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  • 53. At 3:57pm on 10 Nov 2009, Anthony Ko wrote:

    "We'd rather have Sandra!"
    Spurs fans taunt Darren Bent during the Spurs - Sunderland game.

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