Sky sports presenter, Andy Gray has been sent packing after a second bookable offence. There is new evidence of his 'unacceptable and offensive behaviour' according to Sky, which means he has to go.
Together with this a third Sky sports member, Andy Burton, has been shown a yellow card for sexist remarks and will not be appearing at the Birmingham v West Ham Carling Cup semi-final on Wednesday. He was due to interview Karren Brady, West Ham's vice Chairman who was thought to have had a two word remark ready for Buron telling him to move away.
After two decades of punditry with Sky sports Andy Gray is aiming to find a job as Manager of a Premier League football club. 'I have not yet been approached by West Ham but I know Avram Grant is likely to go if the Hammers don't improve. With Karren Brady, a brilliant and outstanding presence on the Executive at Upton Park, I can see myself as a sure fire candidate.'
'Well chosen words' remarked Brady when I asked her for her reaction. 'He would be sure to be fired before his feet touched the ground.'
Andy also has in mind Managing England's Women's football team.
But he is chiefly banking on keeping his position fronting the Betbiased betting organisation. The odds on him remaining are currently 2 to 1 against.