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I agreed with Sir Les's half time opinion of Ameobi...at last someone said the truth!!

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I felt he was holding back, I'm sure he wanted to more scathing !

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I agreed with Sir Les's half time opinion of Ameobi...at last someone said the truth!!

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I felt he was holding back, I'm sure he wanted to more scathing !

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yeah im sure he did :D But it made a change to hearing the same old crap about Ameobi....im sick of pundits sucking up to people...it makes a change to hear one saying it like it is!!

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Whilst I think it was nice that the commentators were commending the efforts of Blackstock for going in goal, I think they went a bit OTT in the last few minutes! They were describing even routine catches a 3 year old could pull off as 'fantastic'!

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Yeah, it's funny ebcause when an outfield player goes in goal, every expects him to drop every ball, and not beable to save any shot.

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Whilst I think it was nice that the commentators were commending the efforts of Blackstock for going in goal, I think they went a bit OTT in the last few minutes! They were describing even routine catches a 3 year old could pull off as 'fantastic'!

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yeah i thought that too...it was cringing and embarrasing to listen to...pathetic really.....trying to make something out of nothing really.

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