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View Spiderman's Profile Spiderman Flag Horsham 13 May 19 12.57pm Send a Private Message to Spiderman Add Spiderman as a friend

As a matter of interest do BBC get money for each vote lodged? If so and the winner didn't win, is that fraud? Just a question.
Still Lineker has never accepted the referendum result so it shouldn't come as a surprise

 

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View Bexley Eagle's Profile Bexley Eagle Flag Bexley Kent 13 May 19 2.42pm Send a Private Message to Bexley Eagle Add Bexley Eagle as a friend

Haven't you realised that BBC pundits have signed the same terms and conditions as premier league referees in respect of big club bias. Its a prerequisite of the job.
I would argue that Kompany's goal was actually the worst of those selected. Townsend, Ramsay and Hazard were clearly all better. Kompany's was a good goal no doubt (but not much better than one we saw at Selhurst yesterday). Townsend's goal was a worldie, and I am struggling to think of a better goal ever scored in the Prem.

 

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 13 May 19 3.14pm Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by Bexley Eagle

Haven't you realised that BBC pundits have signed the same terms and conditions as premier league referees in respect of big club bias. Its a prerequisite of the job.
I would argue that Kompany's goal was actually the worst of those selected. Townsend, Ramsay and Hazard were clearly all better. Kompany's was a good goal no doubt (but not much better than one we saw at Selhurst yesterday). Townsend's goal was a worldie, and I am struggling to think of a better goal ever scored in the Prem.

I agree. The first Bournemouth goal yesterday was better than Kompany's, as was his team-mate Mahrez's goal against Brighton. For starters, neither of those had the luxury of the defenders melting away in front of them like the Red Sea parting before Moses and the Israelites.

 


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Who cares what Shearer and Wright think? I don't.

 

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201415 Goal of the Season controversy

On 24 May 2015, the final day of the 201415 season, Match of the Day held an online vote at around 11 pm GMT for the Goal of the Season award. Users were able to vote via the BBC website or via Twitter. The poll was quickly skewed by Arsenal supporters, many from the Far East, resulting in Jack Wilshere winning the award for his final day strike against West Bromwich Albion, despite not being the favourite.[4] Host Gary Lineker expressed surprise as he read out the winner, and pundit Alan Shearer suggested that Charlie Adam should have won the award for his 66-yard effort against Chelsea; fellow pundit Danny Murphy felt former Fulham teammate Bobby Zamora should have won.

The incident was labelled a "shambles" by Pete Smith of The Stoke Sentinel[5] who thought that Stoke City's Adam should have won, and a "concerted campaign by Arsenal fans" by Alan Pattullo of The Scotsman,[6] who also believed that the Scottish midfielder was deserving of the award. Mark Brus of Caught Offside also criticized the choice stating that a goal in a meaningless game should not have won Goal of the Season and that Juan Mata's acrobatic effort against Liverpool was worthy of the award.[7]

The following season, before the final episode of that season's Match of the Day, the programme's producers changed the rules to prevent a similar situation. The Goal of the Season award has since been decided by the pundits on the show, who will choose the winner based on the top three goals voted for by the public.[8]

 

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 13 May 19 6.07pm Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by Sansbup

Who cares what Shearer and Wright think? I don't.

Wrearer and Shight more like.

 


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ChrisGC Flag Wantage 13 May 19 6.34pm

Originally posted by RyWa

Its very frustrating that the BBC website acknowledges that Andros actually won the vote, yet on MOTD where everyone is watching, they hand it to Kompany.. thats not who the public voted for.
Ian Wright can F*ck himself too, he's no Palace legend to me, just the same as he has no allegiance to us. He's tried to build bridges since we got promoted to make himself more relevant to more teams, but really, no-ones forgotten about him kissing the Arsenal badge at Selhurst.

Post of the day, like it.

 

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View ex hibitionist's Profile ex hibitionist Flag Hastings 13 May 19 9.39pm Send a Private Message to ex hibitionist Add ex hibitionist as a friend

Originally posted by ChrisGC

Post of the day, like it.

this elitist carve up is a greater betrayal than Brexit in my completely unhumble opinion

 

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View sueagle2012's Profile sueagle2012 Flag 13 May 19 9.40pm Send a Private Message to sueagle2012 Add sueagle2012 as a friend

No surprised with this big team bias..once gain.

The more satisfying stat ...which these pundits cannot influence is:

Palace were the last away team in Premiership to win at:

Ethiad
Anfield
Emirates

We also won at the so called difficult places to go to such as Wolves, Leicester Newcastle and Burnley.

 

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ChrisGC Flag Wantage 13 May 19 10.09pm

Originally posted by ex hibitionist

this elitist carve up is a greater betrayal than Brexit in my completely unhumble opinion

Agreed. I'd also add that Lineker is smarmy, big eared, crisp gobbling toss pot.

 

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View Tickled pink's Profile Tickled pink Flag Cornwall 13 May 19 10.13pm Send a Private Message to Tickled pink Add Tickled pink as a friend

Originally posted by EddieMac

201415 Goal of the Season controversy

On 24 May 2015, the final day of the 201415 season, Match of the Day held an online vote at around 11 pm GMT for the Goal of the Season award. Users were able to vote via the BBC website or via Twitter. The poll was quickly skewed by Arsenal supporters, many from the Far East, resulting in Jack Wilshere winning the award for his final day strike against West Bromwich Albion, despite not being the favourite.[4] Host Gary Lineker expressed surprise as he read out the winner, and pundit Alan Shearer suggested that Charlie Adam should have won the award for his 66-yard effort against Chelsea; fellow pundit Danny Murphy felt former Fulham teammate Bobby Zamora should have won.

The incident was labelled a "shambles" by Pete Smith of The Stoke Sentinel[5] who thought that Stoke City's Adam should have won, and a "concerted campaign by Arsenal fans" by Alan Pattullo of The Scotsman,[6] who also believed that the Scottish midfielder was deserving of the award. Mark Brus of Caught Offside also criticized the choice stating that a goal in a meaningless game should not have won Goal of the Season and that Juan Mata's acrobatic effort against Liverpool was worthy of the award.[7]

The following season, before the final episode of that season's Match of the Day, the programme's producers changed the rules to prevent a similar situation. The Goal of the Season award has since been decided by the pundits on the show, who will choose the winner based on the top three goals voted for by the public.[8]

I see.

 

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Originally posted by ChrisGC

Agreed. I'd also add that Lineker is smarmy, big eared, crisp gobbling toss pot.

Toss gobbling, more like.

 


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