While the other panels on ITV and BBC have all the flashy, suave continental types, we say you can keep it, we've got the three boys talking about back alleys and killing grannies.
If there's one thing you can be guaranteed when you tune in to RTE for coverage of the World Cup, it's some interesting chat from the pundits, and after the England game last night, that was definitely on show.
In a discussion about the differing styles of England and Uruguay and how the South Americans showed more passion, both John Giles and Eamon Dunphy outlined a few characteristics that they said players and managers needed, from having been down a few "back alleys" to a footballer being willing to "kill his granny".
You can always depend on them to come up with something that you simply weren't expecting, no matter what the topic. We have been assured that no grannies were harmed in the making of this video.