Your World of Sport feedback: The BBC Sports Personality of the Year ranks alongside the Eurovision Song Contest in my book.
That is mainly down to the Ryan Giggs travesty, but I was also narked when some ice dancer beat Barry Sheene.
Swanny, challenging an overweight cricketer over 10 miles on a bike is a bit like Mike Tyson challenging the Cowardly Lion to a fight.
For that reason it will never happen.
You fail to understand that most footballers cannot turn the heating up, or pay their mortgage, let alone negotiate with a club.
Agents are there because in most cases they are needed.
As for Sky Sports’ coverage (of transfer deadline day), I agree it was poor, but you could always watch something else.
And Michael Owen is still a quality footballer.
Comparing Ian Rush at 40 to Owen at 32 is like saying Peterborough has a cultural feel to it - utter garbage.
Try writing something original.
Would this be the same ‘quality footballer’ (Owen) who managed 17 goals (of which a whopping five came in the league) in three seasons at one of the best clubs in the country?
Face it, Owen was a brilliant player when he still had pace but that has long gone.
Watching him desperately try to hawk himself around was embarrassing.
Bradley Wiggins rules. He will win SPOTY by a mile.
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