Deadline day: Jim White specials

A market has been opened for punters to try and guess the first cliche utttered by Sky Sports anchor Jim White on transfer deadline day.

Last Updated: 29/01/13 at 07:59 Post Comment

Jim White: Sky Sports' deadline day anchor

Jim White: Sky Sports' deadline day anchor

BetVictor are taking bets on the first phrase White will use first when he begins the countdown to the end of the transfer window at 8pm on Thursday evening.

Spokesperson Charlie McCann said: "Jim White is an integral part of what is now compulsive viewing for all football fans as the 'clock ticks down' (7/2) to the end of the January transfer window, but what 'White-ism' will be first out of Jim's mouth after he comes on air at 8pm?"

Jim White's first deadline day cliche (outright)

The clock is ticking: 7/2

A Sky Sports exclusive: 7/2

We start with breaking news: 4/1

We can now reveal: 5/1

Put pen to paper: 5/1

You'll hear it here first: 7/1

Last minute business: 10/1

This just in: 10/1

Unconfirmed reports on Merseyside suggest: 12/1

Spotted at the training ground: 16/1

Before the transfer window slams shut: 16/1

Twitter is in meltdown: 20/1

The eleventh hour: 20/1

Looks set to snub: 20/1

Sky sources have informed me: 25/1

Weighing up his options: 33/1

Hold on to your hats: 40/1

The weather is cold, but this news is HOT: 50/1

Harry Redknapp wheeling and dealing: 66/1

Barcelona representatives seen at Anfield: 100/1

Bets refer to the first cliche said by Jim White on on Sky Sports News after 8pm on Thursday 31 January 2013. BetVictor decision is final.

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