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  1. @DangerousSausage I did have that in my head at the time of this writing tbf. "in your life Michael Doyle"
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  2. Pre-planned lines in commentary are a pet hate of mine. They stand out like a sore thumb and feel really contrived. They should stop being self-indulgent and just be authentic. I did rather enjoy Charlie Slater's raving after Doyle's halfway line goal, but that was spontaneous and from the heart!
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  3. @Chris I have to admit there are moments I enjoy Lee Dixon's analysis of the game as he's usually spot on but I agree his commentary in the euros were very hit and miss at times and on Fifa he's annoying as hell. Clive Tyseley and Ally McCoist are one of my favourite commentary duos and hearing them at the Euros was incredible together. The line from 66 is memorable but the 2 I mentioned just give me goosebumps. As great as the 66 is and forever holds England football history it doesn't have the same effect for me. Sam Matterface is another one I don't believe should be a Commentator. He has his moments like his commentary for Luke Shaws goal is brilliant but other than that he doesn't do much for me tends to rely on others.
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