It’s quite nice to not hear such obvious anti-United bias that we usually get during our games though.He's a really bad pundit.
Like the worst opinions you'll see on Twitter, Savage sees the game from the point of view of the individuals on the pitch rather than the team-play as a whole. You'd get equivalent insights from the 'fanboy'/'hater' factions in the Player Performance forum.
He's only in the the job because he has the gift of the gab. But I think I'd prefer dead air, to be honest.
He was a United youth wasn't he so stands to reason he might be a fanWell there can’t be any doubt anymore. Robbie Savage is a massive United fan. It was like listening to paddy Crerand on Mutv. Found it hilarious.
Did Sky not used to do something like fanzone commentary back in the early 2000s? Used to access it by pressing the red button.Actually really enjoyed him tonight. Bit of a plonker but infectiously funny.
Why broadcasters don't just have 1 fan from each team commentating (and you can choose between them) is beyond me. Would make the games so much more fun to watch.