Being a football pundit is an extremely difficult gig.
No matter how good they are, people will always disagree with their opinions, and if they make a mistake or show an unusual tic—which is easily done in a high-pressure, live broadcast situation—they are slaughtered by the general public.
If you make a list of all the good pundits and another of all the bad pundits, the latter will almost certainly be longer. In the modern age of instant feedback through social media, the scrutiny on a former pro in the studio can be higher than anything they ever did on the pitch.
Sadly, not everyone can be Gary Neville under the lights. With this in mind, here are the pundits who seem to attract the most attention for getting it wrong.