Johnny Nic analyses the battle being waged on TV and the wireless. It was an impressive start from almost all concerned...
Dropping out of the Premier League shouldn't be seen as the death knell we're told it is. It can actually be bloody good fun...
Could you imagine Peter Drury commentating on you making love? You surely can now.
City lost a couple of matches to a couple of excellent teams. So why is Pep treated so bizarrely?
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...
David Wagner hates it and even if authorities ever get it right, Johnny Nic says it's fundamentally wrong...
Programmes have had a place in football from the very beginning. But how do you get the job of selling them?
Here begins the campaign to get Ally McCoist on our screens more often. Is he ever not smiling?
Why is football still all about being 'hard', and showing no weakness? It is emotional illiteracy
From his numerous kidnappings, to being shot and left in a coma, to scoring all the goals. It's Roy Race.
Newcastle United are less a sleeping giant, more a club placed in a coma by Mike Ashley. Salvation is close.
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"
A wonderful player, and a fine pundit who is pretty much wanted by all. Everyone loves Wrighty.
Critics of Rooney are often silly, but so too are his fans. This is the rich telling the poor how great the rich are.
Johnny puts on his pyjamas, returns to the '90s and says a big HELLO! again to Baddiel and Skinner's Fantasy Football League...
A wonderful player, an excellent manager, a delightful co-commentator, and a brilliant man.
It's the one you've all been waiting for. James Richardson, Gazza, gelatos, ice cream, pink newspapers...
The man who ruled football commentary for an era. Brian Moore that is, not Johnny Nic.
Intelligence is dismissed as unimportant in British footballers. It might be time to smarten up.
"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...
Once a part of English football's finest ever club side, Ray Houghton is now a part of the punditry furniture.
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