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Welcome to the MSN Sport channel, where we're passionate about sport too. It is one of the most popular sport channels in the UK, getting 1.6m unique users per month (Comscore, February 2011).
The channel covers a huge range of sports including; football, cricket, F1, rugby union, tennis, golf, horse racing and, of course, the build up to the Olympics 2012. In addition to our own content, we operate a number of partnerships with leading companies to provide our users with trustworthy services in a range of different areas, including ESPN and the Press Association up to the minute news and Opta for live text commentary and in-game statistics.
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Rob Jones - Website Producer
After attempting various get-rich-without-much-effort schemes, including a reality TV programme with Jodi Marsh, and neglecting the realities of life by travelling the world - twice, Rob realised that he would have to get a job.
His career, and life to be honest, has always revolved around sport. He's been about a bit - professionally of course - first in radio including working for Choice FM in Ghana, and then in print and TV, before finally moving to online journalism.
The day that Wayne Rooney scored his first ever Premier League goal for Everton against Arsenal at the tender age of 16, Rob realised his dream of becoming a professional footballer was...err...unlikely, as he should have almost peaked by then!
A fan of all things competitive, Rob plays, watches and shouts on the terraces of most sports.
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Duncan Hooper - Managing Editor for sport and news at MSN UK
Previously online news editor at the Telegraph, where he investigated MPs' expenses and animals with unusual talents, he has worked as a reporter and editor in Britain and internationally.
He supports a football team that sometimes commands up to two inches of coverage in the national press and would watch county cricket all summer if he didn't have other things to do.
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As you covered the death of Marco Simoncelli RIP... yet do not report on the Moto GP did it not strike you as to how many fan's there were who commented on the story ?
Come on MSN i'm sure Moto GP will be far more appreciated than the minority sport's you give coverage to. Surely it's as worthy as F1, Football, Cricket and Rugby or even Tennis, so please, please, pretty please, give some coverage, say on the testing of the bikes after and before race season, news on which rider is going to which team etc.
There is as much news as there is for F1, so i'm hoping at least you will be giving reports as from next year, surely there is someone on the sports team that may have the tiniest interest in this sport, if not.... try to learn to love it. Thank's
If you're gonna feature the junior version of Rugby, then surely it defies logic not to feature the fully developed version. There's a huge market that you're cutting yourselves off from, you only need to look at the TV viewing figures to verify that.
Is there an explanation??
Hey Rob...love you with longer hair..gorgeous hairy chest, and the cheekiest face !
As you love most sport's and seem game, why not ask Rossi if you could ride pillion on one of his road bikes (dare you) if not try Guy Martin (TT) at least you'd have a laugh with him if nothing else and it would be a challenge......Just saying.
You see how desperate us fan's of Moto GP can get just for you to report on it. Lol x
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