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    Bet he gets told that all the time at Scrabble.

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    Tony McCoy, IMHO. Finally landed the National, been best in his field since God was a lad and genuinely good bloke too.

    Gooner as well, which doesn't hurt.
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    Totally dated concept this. Really annoys me that the BBC no doubt pay all their presenters a truck load and go to town on making it all glitz and glam for something nobody gives a ****e about. The whole thing could be done in a studio with a cameraman and one presenter, and last about 15 minutes. No need for the horrible black tie, big pretentious, ass kissing fest that they ram down the viewers throat. Spend the licence payers' money elsewhere, ****s.



    Swann to win it obviously



    Edit: Having said that, the time when they gave the lifetime achievement award to Bobby Robson was top stuff and very moving, so at least they got that right.

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    STFU you idiot it's always entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    STFU you idiot it's always entertaining.
    Is it?

    Have no objection to it but it makes pretty boring TV

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    Haven't watched it in years tbh but sledger's a ****

    Always enjoy it when I watch it though.

    Was made up in 05 when Freddie won it.

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    Have lost all interest/respect for it since Zara Phillips won it - couldn't give a donkey's nadgers who won this time around.
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    Last year's result was the bigger farce TBH.

    Mind you there's only a couple on this years that would deserve it IMO.
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    Who won it last year, Giggs?

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    Yep.

    Saw some odds in the paper today.
    McCoy 4/5
    Female athlete of some description 16/1
    Daley 20/1
    Swann 25/1
    Haye 40/1
    Cavendish 66/1

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    Cavendish should win it. Without a doubt the best at what he does and has the best persona by miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Cavendish should win it. Without a doubt the best at what he does and has the best persona by miles.
    If by "has the best persona" you mean "is a chippy douchebag" then, yes, yes he is.

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