Dickie Davis is leaving Sky Sports

Dickie Davis Sky Sports Soccer Saturday

Sky Sports reporter Dickie Davis has announced he is leaving the network.

“I’m leaving Sky Sports after nigh on 30 years,” Davis tweeted.

“It’s been an absolute privilege chatting to players and managers – and reporting on games every week on such a hugely successful show.

“To all those I’ve worked with; the camera ops, the clubs, the players, the managers, all the producers who’ve backed me, the Soccer Saturday team behind the scenes, Jeff and Jules, the Sky family – a huge thank you.

“And to the fans up and down the country I’ve bumped into on trains or at games, thanks for watching and your kind words have always been greatly appreciated. It’s been an absolute honour. Here’s to whatever comes next…”

Dickie is just one of many to leave Sky ahead of the new football season with Martin Tyler, Geoff Shreeves and Jeff Stelling all gone from the network.

A new era of Soccer Saturday starts today with Simon Thomas and former referee Mike Dean joining the show.

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