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Personally I don't think I could ever warm to Neville even though he proved an insightful pundit, and I will not hide my bias that I am far more likely to give Bellamy a lot more leeway given that he played for the other Manchester team.
Insight from the Carlsberg Fan Squad found supporters are bored with the run of the mill cliches and sit-on-thefence pundits who are more interested in protecting their employment opportunities.
euro]is week, ex-Liverpool greats, Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness, took Chelsea to task as the London side exited the Champions League.
The JI delegation also presented the cake and flower banquet to the pundits and expressed their sincere wishes to entire Hindu community on Diwali.
Family, friends and colleagues contribute to this affectionate and banter-filled tribute to the King Of The Pundits, below, which looks back on the exultant peaks and desolate dark days of a career that started at Partick Thistle alongside his brother John.
Wenger, who admits he is a regular watcher of the BBC's flagship football show, said he pays no attention to pundits who cannot back up their argument other than not liking Arsenal.
The majority of pundits have attacked him for dropping Brian O'Driscoll, and picking Jonathan Davies to partner fit-again Jamie Roberts in the centre.
Celebrities make great pundits because we are fascinated by all things celebrity.
Nominate your favorite pundits through March 1; winners announced March 18
CDATA[ When Iran says "Nuclear weapons are a grave sina it sounds almost as good to pundits as aPeace in our timea sounded to the useless idiot pundits in 1938 - but this article shows how Iran can keep its word and destroy the West.
Arsenal's Russian star teases clicheloving pundits Rio Ferdinand Why are our English football pundits using the term 'quarterback'?
The pundits seemed to have a pretty consistent view regarding John Terry and the captaincy of England.