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The Worst Football Highlights Show I've EVER Seen
24 August 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Before I begin this review, I will say that this has replaced The Football League Show, which in my opinion, was one of my favourite things to watch during the entire week.

I watched this on the opening day of the season. I was so excited to see what they had done and what had brought to the table. But what did they do? They Americanised it. They got the presenters, doing the show in front of an audience. An audience that feels so plastic, as if they didn't want to be there either. And I wouldn't blame them.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

The highlights are all over the place. They'll show you a game from League One, and then skip to the Championship, and then League Two. It's confusing. The "featured" games aren't long at all. Compared to The Football League Show's extended coverage, that lasts about ten-fifteen minutes, Football League Tonight only manages five minute highlights of these so-called "featured games". If they're really featured games, at least make the effort to make them featured games.

The presenters act like they're reading from a script. At least in The Football League Show, Manish would look down at the table, because maybe he does have a script. Remembering all of the fixtures isn't easy. While with Football League Tonight, it's as if they're trying to be Match of the Day, by looking at a screen that had the script scrolling down it, but don't even replicate the professionalism of Gary Lineker.

Channel 5 hasn't only embarrassed themselves with this dross they call a show, but so have BBC for selling the rights to Channel 5.

There are NO redeeming factors for this show. Not even the football you see, considering it's so damn short anyway.

Without a shadow of a doubt, this is the worst football coverage show I have ever seen in my entire life.

1/10


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