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Jeff Stelling is quitting the Channel 4 show, Countdown. Jeff has been presenting the daytime quiz show since January 2009. In a telephone interview with Oasis FM in Tenerife, Jeff said: “I’ll give you a little world exclusive, because I’m… Read more

Sky Sports has announced their final day of televised Premier League football fixtures for this season. Survival Sunday will start at 3pm on Sky Sports HD1 with champions Manchester United taking on Blackpool. From 4pm, Sky Sports HD2 will show… Read more

Kirsty Gallacher is making a return to Sky Sports News. She will be presenting a revamped Good Morning Sports Fans from the summer, but will host the 15:00-19:00 show alongside Simon Thomas today. Speaking of her return, Kirsty said: “I’m… Read more

ITV and Sky Sports have agreed a new three-year deal with UEFA for the rights for the Champions League 2012-15 seasons. ITV will broadcast the first pick of Tuesday live Champions League matches from each stage of the competition. 18… Read more

ESPN and Sky 3D today announced they will broadcast the FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Stoke City in 3D. ESPN and ITV holds the rights to show FA Cup football with both channels showing the final on 14th… Read more

Andy Townsend is being lined up for a move to BBC Breakfast in Salford. According to The Daily Mirror, The former Republic of Ireland midfielder is set to replace sports presenter Chris Hollins, who has ruled out a move to… Read more

Former Sky Sports presenters, Richard Keys and Andy Gray have joined TalkSport radio. The pair, who start on Monday, will host a three hour show from 10am – 1pm every weekday. Richard resigned from Sky Sports less than two weeks… Read more

The FA has announced the fifth round FA Cup ties to be played live on TV. Manchester United v Crawley Town Saturday 19 February, 5.15pm – ITV1 Leyton Orient v Arsenal Sunday 20 February, 4.30pm – ESPN West Ham United… Read more

The FA has announced the two FA Cup fourth round replay matches that will feature on live TV. ESPN will cover Everton’s trip to Chelsea, which ended 1-1 last weekend. The game kicks off at 12.30pm on Saturday 19th February… Read more

Gary Neville has today announced his retirement from football at the age of 36. The defender made over 600 appearances for Manchester United and has 86 caps for England. Now, what has this sports story got to do with TV… Read more

David Jones will present this week’s Sky Sports Super Sunday, the first since Richard Keys resigned and Andy Gray was sacked. Jones will be joined by analysts Jamie Redknapp and Ray Wilkins. Jones will also cover the game between West… Read more

It has been reported Sky Sports presenters Richard Keys and Andy Gray are set to join the Al Jazeera network following Gray’s dismissal and Keys’ resignation. Both were accused of making sexist comments towards a British female referee during a… Read more

Richard Keys has resigned from Sky Sports. Keys, who joined Sky in 1990, is stepping down following sexist comments he made about assistant referee, Sian Massey and West Ham’s vice-chairman, Karen Brady. Keys said earlier today on TalkSport radio that… Read more

Sacked football commentator, Andy Gray released a statement today saying: “I am very sorry that certain comments made by me have caused offence. Such comments were made off air to work colleagues, and were of course never intended to be… Read more

Sky Sports has sacked Andy Gray.. Barney Francis, Managing Director of Sky Sports, said: “Andy Gray’s contract has been terminated for unacceptable behaviour. After issuing a warning yesterday, we have no hesitation in taking this action after becoming aware of… Read more

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