He's everywhere in London
Posted by: JO'G (IP Logged)
Date: 04 August, 2017 13:23

loads of buses going by with the new BT Sport advert

woooaaa Maro Itoje tackling the Chelsea number 10 - I'm sure he is famous but no idea what his name is

Re: He's everywhere in London
Posted by: Dolph42 (IP Logged)
Date: 04 August, 2017 13:36

It's Spurs and Dele Alli, they both looked like they were having fun shooting as well.

The profile of Maro will hopefully draw more fans to the club, he and Faz are probably the two England players with the best chance to have a non rugby impact on audiences.

Re: He's everywhere in London
Posted by: Huxley (IP Logged)
Date: 04 August, 2017 14:20

You're both right, he's on buses tackling Eden Hazard, and against Alli in the new bt TV ad. To be honest I was disappointed in the TV ad, everyone hyped it as a TV programme so I got ready to tune in, only to find it was a 2 minute ad!

Re: He's everywhere in London
Posted by: Dolph42 (IP Logged)
Date: 04 August, 2017 14:26

Oops my bad then - I'll have to look out for the buses!

Re: He's everywhere in London
Posted by: Waldo (IP Logged)
Date: 04 August, 2017 16:21

The Metro Newspaper had a BT sport "jacket" on it today with the front page pic of Maro tackling Eden Hazard - I guess it's the same picture as on the buses ..... "I'll get you Butler ! "

Re: He's everywhere in London
Posted by: kakshaks (IP Logged)
Date: 04 August, 2017 18:37

There's a similar poster with Gareth Bale slide tackling Courtney Lawes. Weirdly, Harpenden Station is covered in the Lawes versions of the posters!

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