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Michael Ashton

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I read in this weeks Rugby Leaguer that Stevo is to retire from Sky Sports. The bad news is it will be 3 1/2 years. LOL

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Hope he takes his just for men abusing mate with him.

I'm sick of stevo only ever talkin about 'a fantastic run from the hooker' 'great play from the hooker there'. Same boring drivel over and over.

They constantly name the wrong player too. They can take Phil Clarke with them, so biased towards Wigan it's sickening. Carney is the best of the bunch.

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I could tolerate Stevo if he didn't:

Ramble on about an incident of play for 5 minutes when he doesn't know the actual rule.

Constantly use the term 'skill factor'

Always suggest teams to do a 'chip over the top'

Call every prop a 'big fella'

Go mental every time a hooker makes a scoot from dummy half.

Shout at everyone on back chat.

Describe the half backs as the 'link to the three quarters'

Suggests teams to get the ball out wide on the first or second play.

Struggle to string a sentence together.

That would be a start IMO.

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boy am I glad I dont have Sky lol

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Not forgetting the fact that he calls a forward pass in pretty much every set.

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If I never hear the phrases "Merry whistle blower" and  "This Bradford outfit" again, it will be too soon.

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I loved how he kept banging on about how brilliant Leeds played last Friday (despite getting their collective asses kicked by Hull).

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other than carney, the sky rugby league team is shocking. eddie and stevo make the coverage a laughing stock. as for phil clarke? how anyone can talk about wigans defence whilst during a hull derby is beyond me.

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Not forgetting the fact that he calls a forward pass in pretty much every set.

 

Not forgetting the fact that he calls a forward pass in pretty much every set.

 

Not much wrong with his eye sight then, Super league have made forward passes an art form IMO

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Not much wrong with his eye sight then, Super league have made forward passes an art form IMO

Also, how is it that everytime somebody drops the ball it is classed as a knock on even though sometimes the ball goes backwards?

And while I am at it how many players do not play the ball properly?

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