This on The Balls.ie Football Show, we discussed our favourite moments of punditry and what makes a really good pundit.
Of the three examples given, two of them were by Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher, stalwarts of Sky Sports' coverage and two men we see a lot of on our screens.
It's hard to argue against the former Man Utd and Liverpool players being the best pundits around right now, so we've compiled some of their greatest hits to show what they do differently to others.
Here are five clips that best show what to expect from Gary Neville anlysis.
The itellegence of Cristiano Ronaldo from 2013.
This was designed to show how Ronaldo had grown at Madrid and added an ability to time a run to perfection, before he faced his old club in the Champions League. He would then score, with a perfectly timed run, in that game.
How David De Gea turned his Man Utd career around.
Neville was highly critical of De Gea when he arrived, but admitted that the Spaniard had proved his doubters wrong before outlining how.
David Silva drifting in between two markers.
A superb breakdown of how Silva manages to always find space, something which could easily go unnoticed.
Dropping some real life lessons while explaining why diving exists.
This was a huge moment in Neville's punditry career as everyone realised just how valuable it is to have an opinion from someone who was recently a pro.
Skip to 4:30, it really is fantastic.
On Mauricio Pochettino changing Spurs' culture.
From the start of last season, while Neville did claim that he didn't think they would challenge for the title and they, of course, did, he broke down exactly how Poch had made his team look so different in such a short space of time.
Those are some of the best examples of Gary Neville analysis, keep an eye out for some of Carragher's best bits very soon.