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This weekend Sabotage Times took football analysis away from the boring ex pros on Match Of The Day and gave it back to the fans with Handbags+. Watch it here.
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This weekend Sabotage Times took football analysis away from the boring ex pros on Match Of The Day and gave it back to the fans with Handbags+. Watch it here.

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Are you tired of tedious punditry by ex pros on MOTD? Us too. Tat's why we're taking football analysis back to the fans and the bloggers who know their clubs inside out with Sabotage Times new new football show Handbags+.

For Liverpool vs Everton and Tottenham vs Chelsea we brought together fans and bloggers on Sabotage Times Google+ page to hangout and dissect the game, discuss the clubs and have a laugh. The show was broadcast live on Google+. You can watch the results below.

We think Google+ hangouts are the future of football discussion, the coming together of message boards and radio phone ins, putting the focus firmly on the fans. We'll definitely be recording more episodes of Handbags+. Let us know what you think and why not have a go yourselves too?

Thanks to David PreeceAndy DawsonSarah FlotelMelissa ChappellSam DelaneyCFCnetTom Allnutt, George Pavlou, Chronicles of Almunia,Empire of the KopFollowtonians, Jim Keoghan, Louise Wain and Le Grove for joining us this weekend and making the discussions so interesting and insightful. Follow their blogs and twitter accounts for excellent opinion and analysis.

Check out Sabotage Times on Google+ here

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