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By:
Muqbil
When: 10 Apr 10 17:04
He is without question a better sportsman than the majority of winners over the past decade.

Karma should prevail and give him the award that he has deserved for many years.
By:
redbag
When: 10 Apr 10 17:13
i agree wholeheartedly..bit like phil taylor in his domination but not recognised
By:
Muqbil
When: 10 Apr 10 17:56
Personally I wouldn't consider darts & doms etc as a sport tbh!
By:
Steeplechasing
When: 10 Apr 10 18:56
Not a chance I'm afraid - 6/1 is the most ridiculous price. There's plenty to happen in the next few months and the emotion of today will be long forgotten. Horse racing is a dot on the sporting horizon for most people
By:
BigRod
When: 10 Apr 10 19:14
for sitting on a horse. Give over!
By:
the bairn
When: 10 Apr 10 19:34
he will be second after Murray wins Wimbledon. cheers.
By:
redbag
When: 10 Apr 10 19:40
:^0 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
By:
Muqbil
When: 10 Apr 10 19:45

Steeplechasing 10 Apr 18:56
Horse racing is a dot on the sporting horizon for most people


Cycling is hardly a sport for all?

With a properly orchastrated campaign from the BHA, this could be a definite goer.

England will do naff all in the world cup, Murray will double the number of slams he has already won.

It has to be time for a proper sporting legend to be recognised or they may as well scrap the award.
By:
Steeplechasing
When: 10 Apr 10 19:53
Muqbil, from BBC website

There are, of course, many good reasons to take up cycling - which is why five million Britons have done so.


How many horse riders do you think there are?

Of course many go racing, but it tends to be the same people all the time( bar the lager louts)

Only 3% of the population regularly bet on horse racing and not that many of them will be aficionados likely to ring up and vote for McCoy. I agree that he deserves full recognition. He's a wonderful, dedicated sportsman, the toughest of the tough, courageous and skilful.

But very few know about him and, unfortunately, even fewer care
By:
redbag
When: 10 Apr 10 19:55
Muqbil 10 Apr 19:45



Steeplechasing 10 Apr 18:56
Horse racing is a dot on the sporting horizon for most people

Cycling is hardly a sport for all?

With a properly orchastrated campaign from the BHA, this could be a definite goer.

England will do naff all in the world cup, Murray will double the number of slams he has already won.
It has to be time for a proper sporting legend to be recognised or they may as well scrap the award.

:^0 :^0 so true
By:
stevealan
When: 10 Apr 10 19:55
Steeplechasing 10 Apr 19:53


Muqbil, from BBC website

There are, of course, many good reasons to take up cycling - which is why five million Britons have done so.


LMFAO :^0 in this fk lazy overweight society
By:
turnip turns
When: 10 Apr 10 19:55
Steeple has pretty much nailed it imv.
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