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I'm looking forward to the new commenters next season..

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Given how seemingly hard it's been for opposition teams commenters to pronounce our players names (Never mind them confusing some of our players with other ones..) I can't wait to hear the attempts next season at Omobamidele, Dimitris Giannoulis, Przemysław Płacheta..

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It also becomes obvious that they know nothing about our players and are just reading some bumf on a piece of A4 that's been downloaded by an assistant off the net......

If Hanley clears his lines it'll be described as desperate or last ditch, whereas if Van Dyk does the same he'll be called cultured.

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18 minutes ago, cambridgeshire canary said:

Given how seemingly hard it's been for opposition teams commenters to pronounce our players names (Never mind them confusing some of our players with other ones..) I can't wait to hear the attempts next season at Omobamidele, Dimitris Giannoulis, Przemysław Płacheta..

In your  diligence to spell the names of the players correctly , which is to be applauded, you have misspelled “Commentators” #justsaying 

 

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By Polish standards, Przemysław Płacheta is pretty easy to pronounce.

Now, let them loose on this tongue-twister:
W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie

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1 hour ago, TheGunnShow said:



W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie

I had that once but Penicillin soon got rid of it

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1 hour ago, TheGunnShow said:

By Polish standards, Przemysław Płacheta is pretty easy to pronounce.

Now, let them loose on this tongue-twister:
W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie

How many "z"s are there in the Polish version of Scrabble? If they only had one, like us, they'd be jiggered.

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Not sure who the Sky Sports commentator was vs Huddersfield but he seemed far too pleased with himself that he could say Omobamidele. 

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54 minutes ago, Trevor Hockey's Beard said:

How many "z"s are there in the Polish version of Scrabble? If they only had one, like us, they'd be jiggered.

Apparently (according to Wikipedia) there are 5 Z tiles, worth one point.

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52 minutes ago, keelansgrandad said:

Cambridge has a low boredom threshold.

Cambridgeo has no perceivable boredom  threshold. 

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3 hours ago, TheGunnShow said:

By Polish standards, Przemysław Płacheta is pretty easy to pronounce.

Now, let them loose on this tongue-twister:
W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie

Is that the Polish spelling of Bryan Gunn?

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38 minutes ago, TheGunnShow said:

Nope, that's Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz. 😉

In reality, it's a famous Polish tongue twister - Chrząszcz - Wikipedia
 

Cheers! will get one of my Polish mates to teach me how to say it then watch them mercilessly take the **** as I make a complete hash of it.

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