Eddie - Stay, as a commentator only
Stevo - Go
Phil - Stay
Brian - Stay
Jon - Stay
Barrie - Go
Terry - Go
The first thing we need is a separate studio and commentary team. One new lead presenter, with two studio pundits. I'd bring a new presenter in from outside, I'd like someone like Mark Chapman. Keen about the sport, not patronising and gets the best out of the studio pundits. I'd keep Jon Wells in a mainly studio based role. On Thursday's, I'd like to see the studio guests as being Wells and Carney in a "Carragher and Neville" style role, to compare to football. I'd keep Carney away from presenting.
Then, a lead commentator, with one co-commentator, two at a push. Four, now five is too many. The pundits are talking over each other. Stevo particularly just won't shut up and talks over everyone! Eddie is fine as a lead commentator, as long as Cummings and Stevo aren't in the commentary box. The commentary team don't need to be talking constantly too, there can be periods of silence! I'd like to see Rod Studd doing more commentary. The co-commentators should be varied a bit. There's no need to have the same commentators and the same voices every game, so I'd limit each pundit on Sky to having one commentary game per weekend.
I agree that Jon Wilkin is good on the BBC and I'd like to see him on Sky. The BBC are leading the way with their coverage. Their pundits dwarf their Sky counterparts. Tony Rea was good on Sky last year. He's knowledgeable and doesn't just states the obvious, he should be given more of a push.
As for Barrie and Terry. They are awful. They struggle to string a sentence together and rely on the same old clichés. As for Andrew Voss, no thanks. He was ok for the World Cup, but the same cringey jokes would get very tiresome, very quickly.