British football fans seem to have developed an animosity toward the football commentary on Amazon Prime Video- the official Premier League streaming partner in the UK, and the dislike is visible on social media. 

Stuart Pearce, the former Hammers manager, is the latest of the Prime pundits to be trolled for his analysis during Manchester United’s meeting with Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford on Tuesday. 

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“Stuart Pearce watching a completely different game to everyone else with his analysis,” one fan wrote on Twitter during the match.

“Get Stuart Pearce off amazon prime & back at West Ham!!,” said another. 

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Aother one asked: “Stuart Pearce and Michael Owen as pundits? Is @PrimeVideo running out of money already? #MUNNFO.”

“Stuart Pearce was good on Talksport during the World Cup but showed zero appetite for shenanigans. So he’s probably fewmin at Evra pissing about during analysis and will give him a reducer during the next break,” joked another. 

Pearce was born in London on April 24, 1962. He is an English professional football manager and former player who most recently served as West Ham United’s first-team coach in the Premier League.

Due to his harsh kind of play, he was given the moniker “Psycho.”

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Over the course of a 22-year playing career, Pearce represented Wealdstone, Coventry City, Nottingham Forest, Newcastle United, West Ham United, and Manchester City as a defender. He is best known for his twelve-year stint at Forest when he frequently served as captain and amassed the most international caps for the squad. During his time at the club, he made 76 of his 78 England appearances and captained the country nine times.