One of the hosts of the Armchair Euros radio show did a list of his top TV pundits at Euro 2012 yesterday and had this as his top 5. 1 Jurgen Klinsmann 2 Gary Lineker 3 Robbie Savage 4 Roberto Martinez 5 Roy Keane The others weren't impressed with the selection of Klinsmann seeing as he's only done about one game and mentioned that Jamie Carragher had been good. I've been fairly impressed with Carragher too. He seems quite open and honest. I'm not too keen on Martinez. It seemed a bit awkward last night with him very impressed with Spain and all the others not. I quite liked when Roy Keane said last night everyone was hoping for a Germany v Spain final and Adrian Chiles politely pointed out to him that not everyone was. Whilst lots of people don't seem to like him, I like Chiles and think he is a much better and more affable host than Lineker. I think the ITV coverage has been better than normal and possibly better than the BBCs so far. They've certainly got a much nicer location. It hadn't really clicked with me before with the BBC's coverage being studio based but they've only now sent all the pundits to Poland/ Ukraine. Presumably it's due to cutbacks with all their budget going on the Olympics this year. Perhaps with the BBC pundits going out there now, they'll have a nicer location and look happier and more relaxed tonight, although if England do badly perhaps they won't! Other than the punditry, it had annoyed me in the first England game when they cut to fans in the crowd whilst the ball was in play but they don't seem to do that now thankfully. Anyway, what are your views on the coverage and your favourite/worst pundit this year.