The Guardian’s Daniel Taylor commends the much-lauded punditry skills of former Manchester United defender and current England assistant manager Gary Neville. Taylor argues that Neville is not only eloquent – especially in his answering of the recent Terry-Ferdinand England affair – but also insightful and unbiased: undoubtedly 3 basic characteristics any good pundit should possess.
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