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 News? well, many football insiders think Gary could be Andy Gray’s replacement on Sky Sports.
Andy, who spend 20 years at Sky Sports, was sacked last week for making sexist comments about assistant referee, Sian Massey and fellow colleague, Charlotte Jackson.
The former Arsenal striker, Alan Smith has taken over Gray’s co-commentating gigs so far.
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