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Please keep your comments clean. If they fail our house rules (listed below), they will be removed.
And do try to keep your comments relevant and below 200 words. We may fail posts that are too long and also reject off-topic comments because we want to keep this blog focused. Readers looking for broader discussions on sport should visit our 606 pages.
If you see a post that is inappropriate, alert us by using the "complain about this comment" link and we will act accordingly.
Please note that this button should not be used to simply disagree with a commenter. It is there to alert the moderators to a post you feel breaks the house rules in some way.
And BBC Sport Interactive's general FAQs.
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• Are considered likely to provoke, attack or offend others
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• Break the law or condone or encourage unlawful activity. This includes breach of copyright, defamation and contempt of court.
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• Repeatedly post the same or similar messages ('spam')
• Are unrelated to the topic
• Include contact details such as telephone numbers and postal or email addresses
• Are written in anything other than English - Welsh and Gaelic may be used where marked
• Contain links to other websites which break our Editorial Guidelines
• Describe or encourage activities which could endanger the safety or well-being of others
We may also close comments on a post if we think the discussion has become irrelevant or out of date.
We want to keep our blog as focused as possible. For this reason, messages not relevant to the post may be rejected.
Repeatedly posting personal or offensive comments about individual members of the public or people who work for the BBC may be considered harassment. We reserve the right to remove such messages and take action against those responsible.