Sir Alex Ferguson and Sam Allardyce dislike him, such is his outspoken nature. It has to be Alan Green.
Jacqui Oatley is a pioneer for equality in football. That takes bravery as well as skill, says Johnny.
Could you imagine Peter Drury commentating on you making love? You surely can now.
The wit, the accent, the principles, the legendary drinking, the knee-grabbing punditry. It can only be Reidy.
Johnny loved Ray Wilkins and his voice. We re-publish his guide to Butch with a lot of love....
'If someone rode naked on a horse through the studio whilst blowing a trumpet, he'd take it all in his stride.'
He's good for a rant, but not your typical shouty talkSPORT presenter. It can only be Alan Green's mate.
In an industry populated by bluster and banter, Danny Higginbotham has proven that loudest is not best.
Chris Sutton might not be everyone's cup of tea, but there is something to be said about a man who speaks his mind.
Motty is delivering his final live BBC commentary this weekend. Read all about the voice and the coat...
Still in his early days of punditry, but did you ever think that Lampard wouldn't be a consummate pro?
A much-loved and absolutely tremendous ranter. That’ll be Chris Waddle, then...
It is a shame that Clive Tyldesley is stowed away on ITV until England roll around. Here's hoping for a big money transfer.
Programmes have had a place in football from the very beginning. But how do you get the job of selling them?
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