Sky Sports Football Presenter Richard Keys has resigned after his part in the sexism row that already seen the sacking of fellow colleague Andy Gray.
Sky Sports Football Presenter Richard Keys has resigned after his part in the sexism row that already seen the sacking of fellow colleague Andy Gray. Sky Sports Football Presenter Richard Keys has resigned after his part in the sexism row that already seen the sacking of fellow colleague Andy Gray. Richard Keys, Andy Gray and Andy Burton were all caught up over last weekend discussing Premier League Lineswoman
Sky Sports commentator Andy Gray has been sacked after sexist remarks he and fellow presenter Richard Keys made about a female assistant referee. Sky Sports Football Commentator Andy Gray has been sacked with immediate effect after further evidence of unexeptable behaviour has been found this Afternoon to go along with the Sexism row over the weekend which has involved him and Sky Sports presenter Richard Keys. On Sunday, the Daily Mail
Sky Sports Football Presenter Richard Keys [pictured] and Pundit Andy Gray have been caught in a sexism row after making comments over a female Lineswoman. The Daily Mail released audio of a conversation between Keys and Gray before coverage of the game between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Liverpool when their microphones were apparently still on. The conversation centred around Sian Massey, who was going to be lineswomen for the match.
The BBC has confirmed that every Formula 1 race will be in High Definiton this season as Formula One Managment announced they would be providing an HD feed for broadcasters. Formula 1 has been criticised for being ‘behind the times‘ compared to other sports who have had HD for a few years. Bernie Ecclestone, FOM President, was repeatedly asked the question on HD, with no real clear cut answers.
BBC Sport has unveiled Martin Brundle as new Number 1 commentator for F1 in 2011. Brundle replaces Jonathan Legard, who after two seasons, was not a favourite among many fans. Brundle, who has been co-commentator for ITV and BBC since 1997 will have ex-F1 driver and current BBC F1 analyist David Coulthard beside him in the commentary box. Legard, who worked on F1, football and other sports for Radio Five