You won't find anyone with a bad word to say about Kelly Cates. Consummate professional and everywoman...
Here begins the campaign to get Ally McCoist on our screens more often. Is he ever not smiling?
Although not everyone's cup of tea, Jake Humphrey has a big fan in Johnny. He's Mr Reliable.
He keeps calm every week with someone shouting in one ear and Merse in the other. It's Jeff, Jeff.
Here's to Mike Ingham, BBC legend, and the oil poured on Alan Green's troubled waters.
He's grumpy and makes Dad jokes like no other, but Mark Lawrenson deserves all of our love.
A safe pair of hands, but Dixon is actually more than that. Erudite, intelligent and sensible...
Martin Tyler has been the voice of Sky Sports for many years, and hopefully many more to come. AND IT'S LIVE.
A wonderful commentator who sadly passed away far too soon. Tony Gubba, we salute you...
Forget the gaffes, for they obfuscate the real Kammy: likeable, respected and versatile...
From his numerous kidnappings, to being shot and left in a coma, to scoring all the goals. It's Roy Race.
It was so far ahead of the curve that everyone else didn't even know there was a curve. Here's to WSC...
The voice of football radio commentary for three decades, and a poet in his own right: "...and the sun shines now"
An absolute game changer in the world of punditry, and we have Nev and Carra to thank for it.
A wonderful player, and a fine pundit who is pretty much wanted by all. Everyone loves Wrighty.
A staple of English sporting culture, but not in a brash or obvious way. Denno is life...
He's a thinker and a cogitator, a pundit who wants to do things a little differently. It's Pat Nevin
A wonderful player, an excellent manager, a delightful co-commentator, and a brilliant man.
The first football magazine show aimed initially at younger people, Standing Room Only has been too easily forgotten...
It's the one you've all been waiting for. James Richardson, Gazza, gelatos, ice cream, pink newspapers...
It is the cradle-to-grave programme that has been with most of us for all our lives. Viva MOTD.
They made football fun and less serious, and that's important. All hail Saint and Greavsie.
It's time to say "hello to everyone at home" and enjoy the wonderful stylings of the legendary Pleaty.
The man who ruled football commentary for an era. Brian Moore that is, not Johnny Nic.
He has a voice synonymous with football and a coat synonymous with style. It can only be Motty.
"Shouldn’t you be at work?" Des Lynam gets some overdue love from Johnny. Was he definitely not James Bond?
He dominated the football media for two decades, but we haven't seen him for ages. Time to return, Al.
In his new series, Johnny Nic is celebrating the great people in football media. Barry Davies is first up...
Johnny rounds off his State of the Nation address by taking a look at podcasts far and wide.
There's a lot of shouting and probably too much Alan Brazil, but Johnny admits they have found a niche.
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