Johnny looks at Dean Saunders and thinks of polka dot waistcoats. The Clough story is mentioned.
This week Johnny looks at the man from Middlesbrough who everyone calls Clem. He's that lower league bloke.
This week Johnny takes a look at the Mighty Quinn, and he discovers that he's just his cup of meat.
This week Johnny goes all Oirish, so he does, and wonders if Richard Dunne is the victim of a nuclear explosion.
This week Johnny goes dahn sarf to the Romford manah, my son. It’s only that fackin’ Ray Parlour, geezer.
Johnny goes back to his favourite medium and listens to the inimitable Caroline Barker on the radio.
Once a part of English football's finest ever club side, Ray Houghton is now a part of the punditry furniture.
It's another one of Sky’s "oh...is that what he’s called" presenters that we all know, but we don't know we know.
He is anonymous to many, but a voice we all know. Johnny profiles BT Sport's Ian Darke.
This week Johnny enjoys having Coisty caressing his ears. Never mind PFM, is he the ultimate RFM?
Is telling Sir Alex Ferguson off for saying "b*llocks" on live TV enough for PFM membership?
It's time to take a look at your favourite football presenters. Johnny takes us through the top five.
Is that Howard Webb in the Tactics Truck? Johnny is not quite sure. And can a ref ever be a PFM?
He spent his playing career in his brother's shadow, but Phil is his own pundit.