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Former Arsenal star and current Chelsea employee contribute to major TV defeat

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Former Arsenal star and current Chelsea employee contribute to major TV defeat – originally posted...

Former Arsenal star and current Chelsea employee contribute to major TV defeat – originally posted on Sportslens.com

If you’ve been following this column during the European Championships you’ll know that there are a few things we don’t like.

Cheats (Raheem Sterling), lousy pundits (Robbie Savage) and racist cretins (mainly east European clowns) are amongst our pet hates.

With that in mind, here’s our latest Euro 2020 Diary.

BBC handed easy win

“Commentary comes from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon with contributions from Emma Hayes and Gary Neville.” Sigh.

ITV’s confirmation that Clive Tyldesley and Ally McCoist won’t be commentating on the Euro 2020 final effectively ensured the BBC will win the ratings war.

Quite how anyone at ITV thinks that Matterface is better than Clive Tyldesley is one of life’s great mysteries, while Ally McCoist’s omission is a major mistake.

With Hayes nothing more than a box-ticking waffle merchant and Neviile a shadow of the pundit who shines on Sky Sports, fans will switch in their droves to the BBC.

Ex-City star shines as a pundit

It is fair to say that Nedum Onuoha didn’t live up to expectations during his playing career, but things look like they will be different now he has joined the punditry ranks.

Onuoha has been covering Euro 2020 for ESPN and he has put many of the established pundits on the UK media circuit to shame with his superb insights.

The former Manchester City defender has proved to be popular with North American audiences, providing them with expert analysis about a sport that they are still trying to get to grips with.

Onuoha is a breath of fresh air in a sector that is riddled with mediocrity – let’s hope that we see him on Sky next season.

UEFA bottle it

UEFA really are a bunch of clueless morons, aren’t they?

The supposed custodians of football have ordered Hungary to play two matches behind closed doors following ‘discriminatory behaviour’ by ‘fans’ at Euro 2020.

Black-shirted knuckleheads engaged in homophobic chanting during Hungary’s group games, prompting UEFA to investigate.

Two games behind closed doors will solve nothing. Ban them from competing in major tournaments for the next 10 years – that might have an impact.

Read: European Championship Winners.
Read: European Championship Top Goalscorers.

From Sportslens.com – Football News | Football Blog

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