Does a player's first name and surname need to be in the headline to count for MB?
Does a player's first name and surname need to be in the headline to count for MB? Thanks
@NewUser47725 It has to appear as it does on FI.
So mostly yes, with a couple of exceptions such as Neymar who is known as Neymar on here
Lineker was interviewed on talksport last night and mentioned Harry Kane towards the end of his interview at about 9 oclock,no media points on here?
Keegans Bluff last edited by Keegans Bluff
@NewUser47725 yes, although they are a few exceptions as @MrWh1te says. Also important to remember, it's what info is added to the RSS by the publication in question that's picked up by FI's MB, rather than necessarily the headline we see. Ie; there could just be a Surname in the headline, but there's the full name in the RSS info (and vice versa). A disparity like this doesn't happen too often though.