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Jun 22, 2014
Mari Miniatt Says:
Right now, there are some people on the internet that can relate to this skit.
May 12, 2014
frankandersson76 Says:
The reason why they try to boost the hype is simple: the game itself and supporting culture has become desperately lame and boring. In "good old days" commentators were much more matter-of-fact people, real humans. They don't have to roar because fans on stands were real fans. Sad to say that the once so great English football culture is dying or evolving more American style dull "entertainment" - mostly for middle age, middle class folks.
Jan 29, 2014
Armoured Rat Says:
would be slightly more believable as a piece of satire if it wasn't made by Advert Man
Jul 4, 2014
Emil Johansson Says:
I think we can all relate to this right now 
Jun 14, 2014
rockinchimp Says:
ITV and BBC at the moment thanks to the shitty World Cup.
May 13, 2014
Jim Law Says:
Autumn in Victoria..... watch out people, here comes footy fever. David Mitchell said it best about the EPL.....
Jun 12, 2014
Spandan Banerjee Says:
Perfect time to send this to all my friends
Jun 19, 2012
Sam Nicholls Says:
Jan 25, 2013
Pizik Spaeth Says:
I am unable to watch adverts for Football without thinking of this video by Mitchell and Webb.
Aug 18, 2012
This is what all sports is like to me...
Jan 23, 2012
Simon Waddington Says:
Different game and country but same name and conclusion: professional football is a sport played by 1 percenters for the financial benefit of 1 percenters and who wins from one game to the next doesn't really matter from one game to the next - its the opium of the 99% masses and all that matters is there is a steady drip, drip, drip of more football.
Apr 16, 2013
Danny Hopwood Says:
This pretty much sums up my experience of Football -
Dec 28, 2013
Steven Wagner Says:
I don't know what's funnier; the idea of showing this to a football fan, or reading the comments. Seriously, why should anyone waste an electrode of brain-space to care? All the sport does is breed nationalism, and when has that helped the world?
Aug 18, 2012
Paul Wilks Says:
It's that time everyone...
Jul 15, 2011
Gregor J. Rothfuss Says:
the canonical sports coverage
Aug 18, 2012
Mike Knell Says:
The Olympics are over. Steve Cram and Clare Balding are being put back in hibernation for a couple of years, and as of today it's officially back to normal for UK sports coverage. Remember - inspire a generation! (so long as they find football interesting)
May 13, 2012
Davie Marshall Says:
Can't wait until the football sods off. This skit featuring David Mitchell has never been more appropriate.
Mar 10, 2012
Sionyn Jones Says:
enough of bloody incessant football Mitchell & Webb - Football, Football, Football
Jan 27, 2014
wastingtimecat Says:
At home we call American Football, "sissy ruggby" I think it fits it.
Nov 20, 2013
Boccs Says:
David understands my stance on sports so well... 
Jan 22, 2012
Scott Hammack Says:
This is every social network when there's a football game. (Yes, I realize this is about the other kind of football. It's still applicable.)
Nov 27, 2011
Kurt Mayer Says:
Hooray sports! Apparently there is over-hype of sports in other lands as well.
Apr 14, 2012
Steve Newsted Says:
Mitchell & Webb - Football, Football, Football
Aug 5, 2011
Dean Haworth Says:
Personally, I'm not really ready for the football season to start back up again. We're only half way through a cracking test series in the cricket, Rovers still haven't released their new shirt (or got a sponsor for that matter) and Fabregas is STILL at Arsenal! I know the Premier League doesn't start until next week but can we please put it off for a bit? I guess I'm going to have to just keep watching this to get me into the football mood!!
Dec 30, 2011
Dan Shick Says:

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Terrific parody of the non-stop and incessant coverage of football by TV. More

Added Feb 28, 2008  

Channel Comedy

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