By Paul Hawksbee,Andy Jacobs
For thirteen years now, the hosts of the afternoon convey were operating this option, within the strategy accumulating virtually 4000 hilarious clips. during this e-book we get to learn the superior of the easiest; they contain Alan Brazil's occasional on-air lapses, as while he brought racing reporter Rupert Bell: 'Here's talkSPORT's Rupert Bear...'. there is additionally the unbeatable second whilst a Scottish caller was once campaigning for Hearts' goalkeeper Antti Niemi to play for Scotland. The presenter spoke back that he used to be ineligible as he used to be Finnish, simply to be informed: 'He's no' end, he in simple terms 28!'
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