My Select XI
We’ve pulled in a mixture of questions from the good old football programmes of yesteryear, along with the sort of questions we’ve put to sports professionals over the last few years.
http://oceanadesigns.net/images/granite/black-levanto/black-levanto.jpg What is the best description of yourself you’ve heard?
That I’m a suprisingly decent bloke for a computer geek.
http://dreamingoutloud.nl/april-haul-sleek-mac/ The kettle’s on, what are you having?
A muddy coffee.
here Favourite chocolate bar?
Boost. Always a Boost.
Favourite TV programme?
Only Fools and Horses gets funnier with the years. Now that Breaking Bad is done, out of the current offering it has to be Homeland. I quite fancy being a spy in another life.
Life of Brian.
If you could change one thing about your favourite sport, what would it be?
With seven substitutes having a player sent off doesn’t penalise teams in the way it should. Instead when a player is dismissed, they are replaced by a randomly drawn member of crowd. The fan has to play in what they are wearing, in that position, and they cannot be substituted.
Who is worth a follow on Twitter?
What is most likely to annoy you today?
Probably the new energy efficient light system in the office, unless you do a star jump every five minutes it plunges you into darkness. On the plus side it’s keeping me fit.
If a film was made of your life, who would you want to play you and why?
I’d like to think Ricky Gervais could work but I am honest enough to admit is more likely to be Karl Pilkington.
Tell us something we don’t know about you?
I have seen Susan Boyle in her pyjamas.
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