Posted by sean on January 21, 2008 at 5:44 pm in Football, Television with No Comments

I briefly turned on the Manchester United TV station, MUTV this evening. I am certainly not a subscriber, but a semi-legal football TV channel I do subscribe to was receiving a feed from it for a match between Man Utd and the Arabian club, Al Hilal.

A few observations I have made from the official television station of the Red Scum, I mean Devils.

  • The commentator has a southern accent. Bearing in mind Manchester United is a northern club, I find this a little strange. Then I remembered – they have to cater for the majority of their fans; most of whom are based in Cornwall.
  • I think the commentator will have to change his underwear at half time. From the sounds of things, is is becoming aroused everytime Cristiano Ronaldo touches the ball.
  • Manchester United certainly think a lot of themselves. The commentator announced “I am sure if we score, there will be a massive roar from the home crowd as they love us”. What arrogance and an insult to the fanatic supporters of Al Hilal.
  • Rio Ferdinand is shit. He was at fault for Al Hilal’s first goal and gave away a penalty. Friendly match or not, he’s rubbish and an overrated, duckbilled moron.

You may be wondering, why am I still watching MUTV if I hate it so much? Well, I’ve turned it off.

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