I have a question. When the radio or telly do news, Sport is always included. Why?
Why does a BBC Sport article occasionally end up in the main News bit?
What makes this one special interest Newsworthy as actual news?
PS this is a baited topic. Let chat fly!
Same reason as art or music or whatever is sometimes
It’s like news dessert, a reward for sitting through the boring stuff.
because the man utd fans cant read the local papers
Because it’s really important for people to hear about those activities so they can falsely derive a sense of achievement from something that had nothing to do with them.
Because we’re not Conservatives.
Why does sport, the largest news, not simply eat the other news
It’s a nice break from the absolute shit show reality of the world which you’ve just watched for the previous 20-odd minutes.
I don’t have a problem with it being considered news, but it’s funny when sport-loving gammons bust a spleen in the comments section shrieking about how celebrity news isn’t news.
yeah it’s a bit silly really
never understood why some football fans get so defensive about stuff like this
Isn’t it usually called ‘News & Sport’
It makes a nice change from the BBC Buzzfeed listicle news ‘items’
They have business news, and a lot of sports teams are essentially businesses, so same thing really. That is… tenuous but I’m posting it anyway.
think bugduv means unless you’re forking out £150 a month on the full sky sports package and spending £10k a year on season tickets, then you’re not actually working class and are in fact a middle class conservative voter
something like that, i guess?
In Australia the sports section of the news was like 50% of the entire program, total bollocks.
Sounds fair dinkum to me, cobber.