|James Woods - 2010-04-04 |
I laughed very hard.
|Ursa_minor - 2010-04-04 |
|Chet - 2010-04-04 |
We need more "endearing earnestness" submissions.
|happy_ending - 2010-04-04 |
|Cleaner82 - 2010-04-04 |
I stand erect with patriotic pride.
Oh dear this is the wrong clip.
I guess we'll consider it a 'general factoid'.
|Camonk - 2010-04-05 |
His desperate embarrassment when he says, "I don't know!"
|MongoMcMichael - 2010-04-05 |
When something like this happens in America, there's a testy exchange where the anchor sarcastically suggests he'll teach the reporter how to report later; when something like this happens in Britain, there's back-slapping and belly-laughs.
Well he's not far off, they're all apart from Jeff, ex-footballers before it turned into the super-professional game it is today when drinking after match was the norm. If you're a regular watcher of Soccer Saturday you'll find it always a chummy'esk affair unless they have disagreements (you'll even see this on bbc's Match of the Day), and will always a have laugh or two with the like sof Kamara, Windass and Merson around.
And Jeff Stelling is the best sport presenter of modern times.
|Baldr - 2010-04-05 |
This reminds me of my thesis defense.
|jyrque - 2010-04-05 |
Reminded me of this.
|chumbucket - 2010-04-05 |
his report is that he didn't know he had something to report, beautiful
|TeenerTot - 2010-04-05 |
If American sportcasters were this jolly and adorable, I might watch more sports.
Naw, not really. But this guy is jolly and adorable.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2010-04-07 |
An utter lack of floundering and bullshitting! I love it.
|The Mothership - 2015-07-16 |
This is really great.
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