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Half of Messi and Moses's 10 commandments: It’s the week in comments

You had your say again this week. You always do.

Liverpool could have done with this lad up front instead of Victor Moses.
Liverpool could have done with this lad up front instead of Victor Moses.
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HERE ARE THE sharpest, wittiest, strangest and most memorable comments from you this week, dear readers. If they’re not sharp, witty, strange or memorable enough for you, you know who to blame!

As always, thank you for your contributions.

Luis Suarez has won pretty much every award going this season and this week, Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard anointed him the best player with whom he’s ever played. Larry Bird caught a glimpse at the rest of Stevie’s list:

“Suarez held off some strong competition from Paul Konchesky for that accolade.”

Thursday’s one-day international between Ireland and Sri Lanka was rained off before a single ball could be bowled. It was pretty much Willie Harpur’s dream day:

“Sitting down. In the rain. Waiting for a cricket match…. Can’t get much better than that.”

Paul Furey immediately spotted the implications of Manchester City’s £50 million fine for breaching the Financial Fair Play regulations:

“They can only buy half of Messi now.”

Brian O’Driscoll is good and all – but Sean Herbert has had enough of his long goodbye, thank you very much:

“I’ve never seen such a dragged out retirement. He’s almost as bad as Ric Flair.”

Padraig Harrington’s Olympic comments reignited discussion about Irish golfers playing under the All-Ireland GUI ‘umbrella’. Andrew Hickey was quick off the mark:

“If there’s one thing we’re used to in Ireland it’s playing golf under umbrellas.”

Victor Moses had a chance to save Liverpool’s Premier League title bid in stoppage time against Crystal Palace but fluffed his lines. Gerry Ivie went all biblical in his analysis:

“The real Moses would’ve buried that. Even with the 10 commandments under his arm.”

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