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Special 1 TV: Sven Sting

Look! 'It' has been caught red-handed. (Yes I'm talking about Sven.) Not only is 'It' pimping itself but 'It' is also doing the pimping of The Special One.

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  • Comment number 1.

    Special one,

    i would like to know your thoughts on Nani not being able to compete in the world cup
    do u think he is okay?
    Nani are u okay, are u okay nani ?
    jimmy the rabbit

  • Comment number 2.

    Sven - no one out-pimps the Bulbhead.

    Jose is Roy Keane at the world cup or is he fixing Tractors & looking for more spares from Mr Alex ?

  • Comment number 3.

    Special One is "It" in charge of who can be viewing your champion program?

    There are million of your fans out side of England who wish to view you and why not? Here in the soccer nation I am stuck without my dose of special 1 TV, please tell "it" to open it up to US viewers, VERY NICE!

    Be Champions


  • Comment number 4.

    Thank you BBC for letting us in the US view the videos on your website now! Much appreciated. I thought the Bulbhead was in South Africa, not Nigeria. Next he will be pirating luxury yachts off Cape Town! By the way, how much for Joe Biden? Throw him in for free too? Still waiting for words from the latest signing to the show, what about him Jose? Be champions, or at least go out trying.


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