After 18 years of dedicated service, Sky Sports have shuffled Natalie Sawyer out the back door.
Sky keep Fridays, Saturday lunchtimes, Sundays and Mondays. BT keep their 5.30 Saturday...
Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced 20 new televised Premier League fixtures for March and April.
Gary Neville will join up with ITV's punditry team for the 2018 World Cup. That's quite lovely.
An absolute game changer in the world of punditry, and we have Nev and Carra to thank for it.
Television coverage of the English Football League is set for a radical overhaul.
Who else is excited to travel to Newcastle or Bournemouth for a Saturday evening game at 7.45pm?
Sky Sports paid £4.2bn in the latest TV rights deal, and have suffered their biggest drop in viewers ever.
The traditional leaders and still with the jewels in the TV football crown, Sky must be careful not to go stale...
Jeff Stelling is contemplating retiring from the broadcasting industry after 40 years of service.
As long as there is life, there will be football. But will there be sports broadcasters?
We take for granted watching football in a pub. For many local establishments, it's unsustainable...
Sky Sports' Friday Night Football has not gone down as well as first planned, unfortunately...
On Neville, Karius and the Mail, but mostly on Stan's BIG OPINIONS. They're his only ones...
Prices keep going up and the quality of the terrible 12, if anything, goes down. So why should we pay?
Gary Neville says he will turn his back on coaching for at least the next five years, and may never return.
They've had a Manchester derby, Arsenal v Liverpool and Chelsea v Liverpool and are still struggling.
"He was being greedy or wanted to earn more money. He says he was trying to do a friend a favour."
Gary Neville is set to be reminded of Valencia every single day after rejoining Sky Sports as a pundit.
Assured, safe, but effective, David Jones has got Footy on TV's biggest gig: Monday Night Football.
Gary Neville will return to Sky Sports and Monday Night Football next season,…
Having taken 14 points from 16 La Liga matches in four months, we'd say that Gary Neville is right
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Fewer viewers, less interest, less exposure. In more ways than one, the Champs Lge is lacking in vision.
Divisive like no other, but there was a distant, wispy air to Brendan Does TV. Has he lost the faith?
Sky Sports will replace Gary Neville on MNF with a different guest each week, starting with Craig Bellamy.
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