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Andy Gray UK TV return three years after Sky sack.

Andy Gray UK TV return three years after Sky sack.

Former footballer, Andy Gray will make a return to TV screens as a co-commentator for BT Sport tonight, three years to the day after he was sacked by Sky Sports as their main pundit for sexist remarks.

The former Everton player looks set to co-commentate his former team`s match at Stevenage.

In 2010, he along with presenter Richard Keys fell foul of leaked footage of them mocking female lineswoman Sian Massey. Further footage of Gray made inappropriate comments to fellow Sky Sports` presenter Charlotte Jackson. Keys resigned, Gray was fired.

Since January 2010, Andy Gray along with Richard Keys presented a mid-morning show on Talksport, which was successful. Since August 2013 they now present a Friday evening football preview show for the station, alongside moving to Doha to front BeIn Sport`s tv output.

It is likely Gray will be alongside former Sky Sports commentator Ian Darke.



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Writer:Callum Patterson (Pakokelso93)
Date:Saturday January 25 2014
Time: 1:22PM

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