Alan Hansen's 22-year Match of the Day career condensed into one two minute video...
Former Liverpool defender called time on his punditry career at the World Cup final
The curtain fell on Alan Hansen's 22-year career on the Match of the Day sofa at the World Cup final last night.
Hansen has uttered some immortal lines during his tenure as a pundit.
'Shocking', 'abysmal', 'terrible' and 'pace in abundance' are just a few of Hansen's quips that have become common terms in the football lexicon, while his uttering "You'll win nothing with kids" has been immortalised because, Manchester United did, in fact, win plenty with those players.
Film-maker Steve Chappell has now produced a brilliant nod to Hansen's long career on YouTube, condensing his often sublime punditry into a short two minute video.
Speaking at the end of the game last night, Hansen said: "I've been in football for 41 years and I'm going out right at the top, just as I did at Liverpool.
"I have worked for a great organisation with wonderful people on the most fantastic programme."
He will be missed.
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