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You have to expect that Bellamy the pundit could prove to be the same as Bellamy the player, wearing his heart on his sleeve, not pulling any punches and being prepared to rattle a few cages.
If he was a pundit here and more people got to hear his views and explanations then there would have been some job offers for John.
The former Newcastle United striker and current Chron pundit is coming to do the business at the Centurion Bar in the Central Station.
UNDER FIRE: | |Manchester United's Antonio Valencia was given a tonguelashing by TV pundit Roy Keane JASON CAIRNDUFF
In a statement issued here on yesterday, the JI Minority Wing leaders visited the Rama Peer Temple, Moriya Goth Temple at Star Gate and others temples and met with the pundits and felicitated them on Diwali.
Pundit is an industry standard and widely recognized as the first commercial portable instrument for ultrasonic pulse velocity testing of concrete, rock, wood and ceramics.
Compounding the pundit problem is that in today's culture you only have to be right on one big prediction to earn a lifetime membership into the Pundit's Hall of Fame.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE: FSL) is calling for nominations for its fourth annual Smart Device Pundit contest.
Best TV Pundit Gary Neville also wins the What a Lucky Boy
In a new web-only video, Rick Perry asserts his struggling candidacy is on the rise - in part because of pundit praise for his most recent debate performance.
Speculation comes in the wake of the Sky Sports sexism row sparked by Keys and pundit Andy Gray making derogatory comments about city official Sian Massey.
I'd imagine that for the football pundit, there aren't many easy decisions.