Sports World Have Your Say has landed

_45637217_kiko_226_getOur host Russell Fuller writes : 

 What a breathtaking strike. I am not a Manchester United fan – Woking will always be closest to my heart – but for me, Federico Macheda’s injury time winner for United on Sunday was the most thrilling moment of the season so far.

He’d never even been on the bench before, and would have been in Italy for the weekend if

Fergie hadn’t had a late change of heart. But – at just 17 – what technique he showed to turn, with his back to goal, and then to bend that shot around Brad Friedel. Absolutely spellbinding, as I was telling anyone who cared to listen. And as I was at home with my wife and three boys under the age of five at the time, very few did …

But I’m sure you will this Saturday – judging by your fantastic response to the first edition of Sportsworld Have Your Say. It was great to talk to so many of you, and hopefully there will be loads of opportunities for those who couldn’t join us in week one.

This Saturday should be fabulous, as we’ve commentary on Sunderland against United, and both Liverpool and Chelsea will have played before we open the phone lines. And don’t forget West Ham , who are at Tottenham as they close in on a European place, writes the person who’s putting this on the blog for me.._45634700_hammersgoal2261

 I really enjoyed hearing your opinions, your predictions, and even your proverbs. And if you’re reading this Kuffabarry from Conakry, I haven’t yet passed on your advice to Alan Shearer that “you can’t help a frog to climb a tree.”

9 Responses to “Sports World Have Your Say has landed”

  1. 1 Nelson Isibor
    April 6, 2009 at 18:22

    It’s great and really a humbling experience for me to be the very first caller to be heard on Sports WHYS, the show was great and as always the African Contigent came out in their full force. And a Man U supporter, Federico Macheda’s winner was simply from another planet. I can only image how R.Benetiz reacted when that happened. Lookin forward to the next show, and special thanks to Mark.

  2. 2 Chernor
    April 6, 2009 at 18:35

    What a fantastic strike from this young man. I am a staunch Man. Utd fan but to be honest I was resigned to loseing the match after Villa went 2-1 up. I was particularly going mad at Ronaldo who failed to track back after he was caught in possession and stood there until villa got the ball at the back of our net. I was thinking that we should just collect 75 million pound from Madrid and run away.

    Macheda’s goal may be the most inportatnt goal so far for us. I will rank it right up there with Sosljar’s 1999, Brucee’s 1993, Scholesy’s 2008 etc. Had we failed to win Yesterday it could have been game over. This result will surely deflate Liverpool and galvanise our team. Well done Fergy for taking such a big risk

  3. 3 Denroy Moore
    April 6, 2009 at 20:07

    It was heartbreaking i did not like a second of it (i’m a chelsea fan) worst goal i have ever seen.

  4. 4 Nelson Isibor
    April 7, 2009 at 14:01

    Where can I download the podcast for the Sports WHYS? @ Denroy, to say Federico’s goal was one of the worst you have seen is being a bit economical with the truth, surely there are worse goals.

  5. 5 Peter
    April 7, 2009 at 19:11

    When you say “as they close in on a place” I assume you are referring to Tottenham…

  6. 6 Howie
    April 9, 2009 at 03:11

    Yes, a superb strike – but only for 24 hours. Adebayor’s equaliser for Arsenal in the CL was, for me, better again.

  7. 7 Dennis Junior
    April 10, 2009 at 04:27

    Congrats to the staff @ Sports World Have Your Say….

    ~Dennis Junior~

  8. 8 Jim Newman
    April 12, 2009 at 01:37

    Hello again
    The virtuosity of Barcelona against Bayern Munchen was breathtaking. I’m sorry that the English referee felt the need to compensate by giving Messi a fully underserved yellow card but that is the game. In general the game was well conducted and the result was well deserved. I think Klinsman would be advised to look around for another career because he’s obviously no good as a football trainer.

  9. 9 joshua
    September 10, 2009 at 07:42

    gerrard three goals in two matches that is two against croatia in mid week and one against bolton on weekend should be a boost for liverpool to bounce back inorder to win preimiership title thi season.

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