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motty

(ˈmɒtɪ)
n
(Games, other than specified) Irish the target at which coins are aimed in pitch-and-toss
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For his part, Davies demurred that he and Motty were friendly without being bosom buddies.
But Motty, 72, who retired from the BBC in March, won't be swapping his trademark sheepskin coat for a pipe and slippers.
World Cup Motty: My World Cup Stories book out now.
Motty -The Man Behind The Sheepskin BBC2, 9pm The FA Cup final took place earlier in the afternoon, but sadly John Motson was not the commentator - that honour went to Steve Wilson.
There's Motty Mastermind (8.30pm) with John hosting.
Night to remember for Motty JOHN Motson, the BBC's legendary football commentator, covered his final match at Crystal Palace on Sunday with their 2-0 home win over the Baggies.
Motty is a broadcasting legend and retires at the end of the season after 50 years at the microphone.
Motty, who retires next May, was in great form, with some fascinating anecdotes and memories of 47 years' commentating.
Affectionately known as Motty, he is renowned for an encyclopedic knowledge of the game - and the occasional on-air gaffe.
The man affectionately known as "Motty" has been a commentator with the BBC for 43 of the 50 years MOTD has been on the air.
WITH: Linor Abargil, Oron Calfon, Aliza Abargil, Jackie Abargil, Motty Reif, Alison Botha, Joan Collins, Fran Drescher