If I didnt know he was a recovered alcoholic I'd have said he was blootered. All over the place with his stories, losing track and stopping mid flow a few times. His journey is an interesting one and his work now is worthy, and he did tell us, in too much detail sometimes for a family show (eg phoning his crack addict wife and asking her to come home because he wanted to piss on her) about how low he had been. But he wanted to talk about football. Except every time Bill Leckie tried, Tony turned it back to his low he had been and what an effect it had had. Threw in a few too many billy big time stats and stories too, suggesting to the audience at one point, "You might want to clap that." I didn't. A couple of anti Scottish jibes too. Know your audience Tony. Jan Molby was better and definitely more interesting but both were poor compared others who have gone before. Also very little chat with those on stage. Good wee chat with Lewis Vaughan and then Sinky & Dair on the cup final, but no chat with McGlynn, nothing from current players and v little from former players. New production team - it showed.