Emmanuel Petit served as a pundit on ITV during the 2016 European Championships.
He is a French retired footballer, who played club football for Monaco, Arsenal, Barcelona, and Chelsea.
He represented France at international level, and scored the third goal in France’s 3–0 victory in the 1998 FIFA World Cup Final.
Petit married French actress Agathe de La Fontaine, in 2000, but later divorced her in 2002 after having one child, Zoe.
He now shares a life with Maria Servello, with whom he had another child, Violet, in 2007. He has also been a football analyst in France.
Slaven Bilic served as a pundit on ITV during the 2016 UEFA European Championships. Born 11 September 1968, Bilic is a retired Croatian professional footballer and manager of English club West Ham United. Along with his native Croatian, Bili? is fluent in German, Italian and English, while he also holds a degree in law. As a big fan of rock… Read more
Mark Pougatch – born 27 January 1968 – is a football presenter for ITV Sport Pougatch became a regular football reporter on the radio in 1992 with BBC Essex. In 1998, he joined BBC Radio 5 Live, a national radio service and the principal station covering sport in the United Kingdom. He was selected to be the main presenter of… Read more
Jacqui Oatley is a member of the BBC football team, commentating for BBC Television and Radio 5 live. Jacqui also presents sports news on the BBC News Channel and in April 2007, became the first female commentator on Match of the Day. Jacqui joined BBC Radio 5 live in 2003, having previously worked in local radio for BBC Radio Leeds… Read more
Lee is one of the most respected defenders in Premiership history and played over 600 games with Arsenal over 14 years where he won four league titles, three FA Cups and the European Cup Winners’ Cup. Lee’s first Championship medal was earned in dramatic fashion when Arsenal won the 1989 First Division courtesy of a 2-0 win atLiverpool. Michael Thomas’s… Read more
Andy Townsend is a pundit for ITV Sports. Born on 23 July 1963, Andy is a former footballer, who played in two World Cups for the Republic of Ireland. He also played for Chelsea and Aston Villa in the 90s. Andy was apart of ITV’s World Cup 2010 coverage in South Africa.