Hall Of Guff

Barry Davies

Legend turned ice-dancer

Bobby Robson

The grand old gentleman of guff.

Graham Taylor

Turnip for the English books

Howard Wilkinson

The man who thought he could learn football from a book.

David Pleat

Beige suit, off-white loafers, huge stock of guff

George Hamilton

The jinxing metaphor king

Ron Atkinson

Big orange Ron, the linguistic genius.

Christmas crackers

The guff of Christmas past

Clive Tyldesley

Big Ron's former straight man.

John Motson

Love Football. Hate Germany. Heh heh. No one could fault John Motson for lack of commitment to the game. The man lives, breathes, and most likely eats football. Renowned for commentating on Subbuteo matches at home to warm up for...

Kevin Keegan

Football's eternal optimist.

Alan Parry

"The first major trophy of the afternoon will be decided later." Alan puts the Carling Cup in its place. "Cleland was the victim of his own downfall." Landed badly? "Villa will probably play a lot worse than this and lose." They surely will. "That's referee...

John Giles

The statesman of Irish punditry



John Motson

Eamon Dunphy

Graham Taylor

Kevin Keegan

George Hamilton