Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by RedKestrel, Apr 15, 2018.
Just watching MOTD. I reckon it's Ian Wright
I don’t think Wright’s the best but he’s certainly the most likeable which is strange as I used to think he was a bit of an idiot & unprofessional 5-10 years ago, warmed to him over the years.
I think Carragher & Neville are the best, Henry’s probably the worst.
Roy Keane , hope he does the world cup this summer .
Danny Murphy comes over as a genuine bloke and Andy hinchcliffe is also spot on !
Matt Le Tissier. Based soley on his commentary of our win at Anfield.
Gary Neville for me , says it as he sees it , worst Is Hoddle , patronising to say the least
I like Murphy as well, a lot don’t seem to judging by Twitter
Lee Dixon. Nominated for his Supervet performance
BT is awful, McManaman is awful, he couldn't even work out that the man city dis allowed goal should have stood because it came off a Liverpool player.
Jermaine Jennas, Danny Murphy
I like Ian Wright, the worst is Kevin Campbell. His analysis on the Europa league highlights show is just horrendous.
Peter Beagrie - always spoke highly of us during his time. It was refreshing to hear - especially when others referred to us as ‘little old Barnsley’ etc.
Bizarre court case with his girlfriend though. They’re both appealing the outcome. She’s either just as bad as him, or been talked into it.....
I like Neville, Carragher and Murphy. Dislike Shearer.
I don't think Ian Wright is particularly insightful TBH.
Not technically a pundit, more host but Jeff Stelling... Wouldn't be same programme without his energy.
Gnev for me
Neville by miles for me.
I know David Pleat was a rather dull commentator but at least he gave deeper insights into the tactics being used and you could actually learn something from him.
Why don't the commentators of today do that?
Think us poor plebs wouldn't understand? Or do they not understand themselves? That might be the case as if they did they would be in management themselves.
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