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  1. FrenchEyeGlass


    I've always wondered why pundits are given the time of day they are. It really is quite odd. They are, by and large, examples of failure for the most part, or at least rarely are they examples of overwhelming success. For instance. The other day I was listening to Souness talk about "what it takes to be a great manager". Now, his qualities as a player are undoubted, but how the fuck can he sit there with a straight face and talk about what it takes to be a great manager, when he was an absolute failure of one? And why do people listen to it? Similarly, I watch players like Danny Mills and Robbie Savage give their tupence on the ability of players who they could only dream of being. And its lapped up by the majority of the country, oddly. Meanwhile Craig Burley is on ESPN balking at the idea of Benitez being mentioned in the same breath as Michael fucking Laudrup as a manager. Everybody is allowed an opinion, I just don't understand how these guys are given this platform of importance when really they don't know what the fuck they are talking about.