Date: 3rd June 2010 at 4:32pm
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The World Cup is rapidly approaching and interest levels are slowly creeping up.

With the tournament set to be broadcast on BBC and ITV it`ll certainly be interesting to see if the coverage is on a part to that which Sky Sports provide for Premier League football.

Today, in our modest opinion, the BBC took a great leap forward compared to ITV by announcing that (Sir) Roy Hodgson has agreed (along with Harry Redknapp) to join their studio line up for the 2010 tournament.

Roy and Harry join the trio already announced by the BBC of Clarence Seedorf, Jurgen Klinsmann and Emmanuel Adebayor.

Speaking about getting on board the two English managers who scooped the managerial awards this season, Philip Bernie, BBC Head of Sport, uttered (about spending some more of our licence money),

“We are delighted.”

“We will have on board two of the most respected English managers to add to an already great line-up.”


Vital Fulham patrons will, obviously, be hanging on to every word Roy speaks as for the other four, we`ll take what they say with a pinch of salt shall we!

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