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Iain Dowie - proof that the human race is still far from reaching it's pinnacle. He speaks like there's a rotating turnip in his rectum and a grasshopper in his gob.

Tony Gale - I can only describe this guy as having the communication skills of a drunk squirrel.

Tony Cascarino - looks like he's just left the boozer after a 24 hour session and talks like it too. Still, he's probably 1000% better at speaking than Iain Dowie and that's no exaggeration.

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Champion doesn't do the Sky coverage so I'm guessing this was a stream from another channel.

Oh right, I'd not heard of Jon Champion until this morning. I hardly watch any football nowadays and when I do I often have it on mute.

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He showed his true colours at the weekend when he shrieked as Bent headed in the equaliser. So much for impartiality.

 

On the flipside, him having to commentate as his lifelong club is torn apart is like someone being strapped to a chair and watching their partner get tortured.

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On the flipside, him having to commentate as his lifelong club is torn apart is like someone being strapped to a chair and watching their partner get tortured.

Exactly, it's hilarious. Even though I kinda like rat boy these days

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You don't like the Bury accent?

 

Well, that doesn't help. There is are an art to commentating which he, predictably, due to how little time he's been doing it, just hasn't learnt yet.

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Neville's the best recent newcomer by a mile.

 

In many ways, the 'style' of older pundits has had its day... all that trivia about who's had what for breakfast during lulls in the game has worn thin (or certainly has with me).

 

My keep list:

Neville

Keane (can't stand him, but he's good telly)

Dixon

Murphy

Holland

Souness

Le Tissier

Thompson

Hansen

Wright

Smith

Le Tissier

 

My ditch list:

Owen

N. Quinn

Rednapp

Hoddle

Gullit

Shearer

Nicholas

Merson (might be exempt for comedy value)

Lawrenson

Townshend

Waddle

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Neville's the best recent newcomer by a mile.

 

In many ways, the 'style' of older pundits has had its day... all that trivia about who's had what for breakfast during lulls in the game has worn thin (or certainly has with me).

 

My keep list:

Neville

Keane (can't stand him, but he's good telly)

Dixon

Murphy

Holland

Souness

Le Tissier

Thompson

Hansen

Wright

Smith

Le Tissier

 

My ditch list:

Owen

N. Quinn

Rednapp

Hoddle

Gullit

Shearer

Nicholas

Merson (might be exempt for comedy value)

Lawrenson

Townshend

Waddle

I didn't know Matt Let Tissier has a brother?

 

Who is Townshend?

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Steve Claridge has to be one of the most annoying. He seems to criticise Rafa more than most. A shit journeyman striker who spent virtually his entire career in the lower leagues and once managed the mighty Weymouth yet he feels he can constantly belittle a man who has won the Spanish league twice, the champions league and the FA cup.

 

The pundits on most programmes are annoying but the BBC comfortably seem to outdo the rest to the extent that I'm sure their recruitment policy involves purposely assembling the biggest panel of complete fuckwits they can find. Mark Bright, Garth Crooks, Mark Lawrenson, Alan Shearer, Jason Roberts, the aforementioned Steve Claridge - I refuse to believe anyone finds any of these people insightful or entertaining. And now they seem to be grooming Michael Owen to become a regular panellist and I can only assume it's because someone made a bet with them that they couldn't find anyone even less insightful or interesting than Alan Shearer.

Was anyone ever more wrongly named than this cunt? 

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The beeb's World Cup lineup. Lord of mercy. Deck chairs out, feet up, "don't know much about this team but it'll be interesting to watch". Yes, yes it will. 

 

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