We are always interested in which big names rock up to join the usual presenters and pundits on our TV screens for a World Cup - until we find their musings to be uninteresting, that is.
But when arguably the two best managers in world football are in contention for spots on the famous sofas of British football broadcasting it really is an opportunity to be excited.
Who would not want to hear the thoughts of Pep Guardiola or Jose Mourinho as the action unfolds in Brazil?
World Cups offer big names the chance to become casual and very well-paid pundits for a short stint and most do not refuseRead More »from Guardiola or Mourinho? TV’s race for World Cup pundits intensifies