His City bias is getting so bad recently. He doesn't even attempt to hide it when doing punditry, just constantly talking like they can do no wrong.
Those Top Ten things were ruined for me too because he literally puts anything City have done near the top of any category.
Then there's this:
Micah Richards: Belgium are going to win the Euros because Kevin de Bruyne - the best midfielder in the world - is going to light it up. The team has got that experience now that they need too.
I actually think France are going to struggle. They have got too much quality and that means too many arguments. You know what it's like in the camp - it will be who's taking the free-kick? Who's taking the penalty? There will be too much ego in that squad, so they are going to struggle - you heard it here first.
Too much ego could actually be an issue. The question is if all the characters do fit together well. I really don't know the french team and have no insights if such problem could happen there, but in general Richards' point is valid - when everyone feels like a superstar it's hard to get a working team hierarchy.