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    Posted by ejpaddy (U15626135) on Friday, 22nd February 2013

    when tuning in to MOTD2 on sunday gone, it was a real bonus to see that the program had been replaced by a documentary on Liverpool fc! After the game between Liverpool and Swansea (commentary also including ex Liverpool player and pundit M Owen) we then had about 15mins in the empty stadium of in depth chats with several suited Liverpool players and also the manager, discussing the team from goalkeeper to forwards, where Liverpool are now, and the future for the team. Unfortunately the shine was taken off when a minute or so (maybe not even that long) was wasted talking about their opponents Swansea.
    Unfortunately I guess it will be back to the standard format and MOTD2 this coming sunday.
    It is great to see that the BBC have not lost their impartiality!

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 22nd February 2013

    Here's the discussion for sports programmes, where others have discussed this programme

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