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Could be good to revive bad English 1970s comedy and apply it in sporting contexts, e.g.
Pim Verbeek says in theatrical camp voice, "Are you free Mr Kewell?"
Les Murray channels Spike Milligan as Australia loses another match, "There's a lot of it about".
Hang on, I think Dipper and Andrew Johns have beaten us to it, with their postmodern take on Alf Garnett.

Which Aussie sporting malefactor gets to do Porridge?

One of the great quotes in British TV comedy history.

Trust Derm to mangle it.

Dermott might one day end up as Australia's version of Casey Stengel or Yogi Berra, or he might not.

Casey Stengel: "Everyone, line up alphabetically according to your height."

Yogi Berra: "Even Napoleon had his Watergate."

Pair up in threes: Most footy coaches

Chris Mainwaring's dad is called Hub.

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