I know he’s an Wycombe old boy, but if he doesn’t stop banging on I’m going to turn the sound off. Aaaaargh!
He doesn't half point out the bleeding obvious. Stick to Homes Under the Hammer!
Every single tackle we’ve had Dublin telling us for the next five minutes how much it hurts
At least King Ally McCoist will be there on Tuesday to temper Dion's droning.
He was awful
I cannot stand McCoist. Just repeatedly says what we can all see.
"You can tell from how Barney Smith started the thread that he just wanted it more. Return To Senda was always going to react with a reply, and now Dr Congo has made his presence felt. Holmer Blue has made an impact too. If you are a poster waiting to join the thread, you have to ask yourself if you are going to be the first to the comment button. It's a game of inches."
It’s hard to criticise a commentator or pundit when what they are commentating on is utter sh1t and nothing is happening. They have an obligation to try and make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear in games like this and when there is more filler than content it exposes the weaker pundits. I’m sure he was sat there wanting to say what we all were thinking
The game was utter rubbish and once again talents are being suffocated by trying to play a system that ensures everyone looks bang average.
Henderson must have photos of Southgate.
It’s like he’s in the room.
On the subject of Dublin... https://twitter.com/bryansgunn/status/1700568640112804110
Noooooo, he's a little bundle of footballing joy
@bryansgunn is the best thing on Twitter, I can't wait for the next offering to appear.
It's great - goodness knows how long it takes to dig out all those clips
It's the easiest thing in the world to do to slate things. We see it with music quite often.
But often not so easy to put your nads on the block and admit what music you like, what comedy you DO like, what commentators you DO like etc.
His classic Fifa line: 'Can som'body please explain to me how he go awee with that'
Fun fact, Dion Dublin once shared a flat with actor Jason Statham in Great Yarmouth.
A fun fact about Statham is that he competed for England in one, three and ten metre diving at the 1990 Commonwealth Games.
My fun fact about Jason Statham is that he is the only actor who seems to get progressively worse film by film.
You've not been tracking Robert De Niro's career then?
If there were no such thing as cockney hard men I’m not sure his career would ever have got started in the first place.
Nobody is watching The Stath for the acting quality.
Apparently, in Great Yarmouth, Vinnie Jones introduced Statham to football, which became a passion. Born in Shirebrook, Statham has denied being a Nottingham Forest fan. Dublin and Statham lived above a pub called "Boobs".
I would suggest Di Niro choices have been somewhat erratic but he still has the potential to turn up something good...whereas JS was better in Lock Stock and Snatch than he is 5,000 films later. (Which I admit is admirable in many ways ...)
My fun fact about Jason Statham is that I once saw him at Miami Airport with his family.
Lock Stock and Snatch are both great films ! His films nowadays for me are pretty easy to watch, not great, not bad, I don't mind him tbh, he has become somewhat typecast now though. Should try and do something a bit different.
Probably a bit late for that, people seem to enjoy those rubbishy films btw and he's very well compensated for making them. Can't imagine he'll be asked to play Hamlet or actually any real character any time soon, it's all matey blokey stuff, but as it's basically the same persona I'm not sure it even counts as acting.
I'd argue The Bank Job is his best performance by a long shot. Not a fan of Guy Richie's cartoon cockneys.
Snatch is great fun, one of my favourites, but despite basically being the lead he probably doesn't make top 10 best performances.
Blitz is a good film if you don't take it seriously.
That's the key - I went to film school so I'm nerdy as hell about movies, but I still enjoy a great Statham action flick. I even forgive him for Parker which is based on my absolute favourite book series.
My god Parker is probably his worst film i didn't make until the end it was that bad.
I enjoy a Meg or a Bank Job as much as the next man who needs some mindless entertainment...but given his experience in the genre I would have thought he would have perfected making the Eastwood style quip look like he actually thought of it by now without it looking like cogs are slowly clicking into place and someone had to direct him through 27 takes.