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BORN AGAIN 
Glenn Hoddle is beginning to over-complicate this past-life business:
“Tottenham’s future history could be the best we’ve ever seen.”

ALL AT SEA 
Sam Matterface made waves:
“What happened to the Bournemouth defence there? They just seemed to part like the Atlantic Ocean.”

TIGHT SQUEEZE 
The Oxford-English is just not providing ?Phil Neville with enough scope:
“He’s been squozen by the Watford forward.”?

RADIO RENTAL 
Talksport caller feels sprinting prowess translates into the kitchen:
“Rooney to Newcastle is a marriage made in heaven. I’d have him there quicker than Usain Bolt makes a cup of tea.”

TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED 
Finessing the handball law with Robbie Earle:
“The big question is whether his arm was in an unexpected position.”

RUUD WORDS 
Language breakdown from Martin Keown or one last pop at van Nistelrooy?
“Man Utd have always had a dearth of top centre-forwards.”

DEADLY BUZZ 
Terry O’Connor was stung:
“They were like honeys around a bee pot.”

SPLITTING HAIRS 
Count on Ian Dennis:
“Half of one, six a dozen of the other.”

THIRD PARTY 
Same old story for England and Mark Saggers:
“Dortmund’s a great place to play football. I was there for England v Poland. Germany won.”

FOUND HIS LEVEL 
Brian Kerr felt the early signs were good for Pool teenager:
“Liverpool did a warm-up drill playing 10 against no one and young Woodburn looked very good in that.”

NICKING A LIVING 
Glenn Hoddle “Let them have the ball, then pinch their pockets.”

SUBHUMAN
Unclear what species Phil Neville believes is protecting Luiz and Cahill:
“You’ve almost got a human shield with Kante and Matic…”

ON TARGET 
John Salako nails it:
“You hit the button on the head.”

WORD OF THE WEEKEND
Brian Kerry on Firmino’s belter at Stoke:
“He gave it such a ging!”

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