Jeff Wilson, yes, right before the Super Rugby match with Sky Sports critics Tamati Ellison and Christian Cullen.
Opinion: It's time for Sky to go to the interchange bench for the All Black interview after the test.
Grant Nisbet is a respected and knowledgeable match caller, and All Blacks adds expertise to the Sky Commentary team.
But they need a reporter, not all black graduates, and ask major questions after the final whistle.
The frank England coach lost his hand 16-15 and lifted his hand.
This is not a critique of Jeff Wilson. He does his best. It's about Sky Sport's policy.
* & # 39; Good decision, bad reference & # 39;
* Judge got it right: Hansen
* Onside! British media outbreak
* All blacks overwhelm England.
Wilson has always received his respect for his rugby brain and often moves on the press for pictures due to his frank aftermarket ratings.
Now he's on the other side of Mike and his strength as a broadcaster is in-depth analysis. Let him do it.
The Sky team can get help from a questioner who knows the news angle and asks questions.
England – The All Blacks test point was a decision by the officials to rule out the possibility of winning the England national team's match against Sam Underhill.
New Zealand visitors wanted to know how Captain Kieran Read and Coach Steve Hansen thought about the incident and the results, but did not ask directly.
Instead, fans had to wait for a press conference after the game to declare that Hansen had hit the TMO and the referee had made a courageous decision.
Live TV interviewing is not easy, but it is important for the interviewer to think. "What do you want the feet to hear most?"
Rugby officials went ahead 16 to 15 in the 15 to 0 defeat of All Black.
But when Courtney Lawes took a step that Underhill could not keep up with, he was able to guess what's going on through Read's mind.
Did you think he tried? Or was he always sure Lawes was offside? What did he say to judge Jerome Garces if he had not asked to play a video?
Likewise Hansen. Did the head coach think the test could win?
It would have been nice to know while the memories were still fresh.
Sky had three entire blacks in London for Wilkinson, Justin Marshall and John Twickenham tests.
It's good to have that level of insight, but you should have bench locations for seasoned commentators and experienced broadcasters.
The likes of Tony Johnson (or someone with similar educational and broadcast experiences) will understand essentially what the punters are about the breakfast table at home.
Add value to Sky's comprehensive range.