Huh? Steward Gardner's commentary is the main reason I watch MUTV!Jazz 16 said:Ive been saying that for years
He still wont admit it though lol.
Maybe he can get an autograph of your favourite commentator for you ....dang forgot his name Stewart?
He's ok at what he does but sometimes his goal callings could be better, I think he can be rude at times to the callers.TheManc said:Huh? Steward Gardner's commentary is the main reason I watch MUTV!
But seriously I was actually waiting for him to say 'yes' so I could tell him to tell his boss to get rid of Stewart lol.
Geordie, genuine question, if you wouldn't mind could you please tell one of the bosses that Stewart Gardner is single handedly turning me off MUTV. I feel like lobbing the sofa at the TV when he does the phone-ins. When he does his commentating there is literally hundreds of rats in the basement hanging themselves. Can't you just check if its possible to bring Steve Bower back?
* I'd just like to say that I don't actually have rats in my basement.
Yeah, did you watch him the other week with Lou Macari when a caller mentioned Kenweyne Jones and Peter Crouch? I would have been well pee'd off if that was me.manutdforever said:He's ok at what he does but sometimes his goal callings could be better, I think he can be rude at times to the callers.
Is there any truth in this:GeordieMancunian said:I swear on my life, that I do NOT work for MUTV. I'm just a mad fanatic about the channel. The guys on the show know me very well and I keep in touch with them on facebook, but I just love the channel, ever since I subscribed 3 year ago. I just like branding the show's name alot, that's all
Those who happened to be sitting in the Stretford End during Ole's testimonial and saw some guy waving an MUTV logo poster, around, well that was me, trying to catch the attention of the MUTV cameras.
Why you asking Geordie? You think he works undercover for them too?manutdforever said:Is there any truth in this:
MUTV production staff and presenters have been given a 48 hour standby notice, means they can be called in when 'off duty' at short notice.