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Orla Chennaoui is a former presenter of Sky Sports News. Orla joined Sky News as Northern Ireland Correspondent in 2006 and covered stories such as the Omagh bombing trial, the murder of former IRA member and British spy Dennis Donaldson,… Read more

Alexandra Hill (née Hyndman) is a freelance British broadcast journalist. She started her career at a local radio station before moving on the Sky News Radio in 2004. She then progressed to Sky News and Sky Sports News. In November… Read more

Ian Payne is a sport reporter for ITV News. He began his career with BBC Radio Lancashire in 1986 and was once named as Northwest Young Journalist of the Year. Payne joined BBC Radio network sport in 1988, initially as… Read more

Andy Steggall is a former presenter on Sky Sports News. Steggall also presented Meridian’s Soccer Night programme. He also fronted Meridian Tonight (South East) for ITV sometimes. He has previously worked for ITN, Setanta, Channel 4, Sunset and Vine, TWI… Read more

Sam Matterface is a former presenter on Sky Sports News. Sam is a fan of Chelsea FC and has been a regular in Premier League coverage on 107.4 the quay. He started presenting on Sky Sports News in July 2007…. Read more

Steve is a former presenter on ITV London Tonight and Setanta Sports News. Steve Gaisford joined Sky Sports in December 1998, as a Good Morning Sports Fans anchor on Sky Sports News. At the time he was one of the… Read more

Rodney Marsh is a former footballer. he played for Fulham, Queens Park Rangers, Manchester City and Tampa Bay Rowdies of the North American Soccer League, where he made over 100 appearances. He also played nine times for England, scoring one… Read more

Born September 26, 1958 in Camberwell, London, Kenny Sansom was an English footballer who remains his country’s most capped full back. Sansom shone at left back in the youth team at Crystal Palace, whom he joined while still at school,… Read more

Born December 2, 1960 in London, Nigel Spackman was a midfield player who was an integral part of the much-admired Liverpool team of 1988. This was the year when Liverpool played what observers now cliche as total football, earning praise… Read more

Born November 5, 1954 in Scunthorpe, John Charles Gregory is a former player and football manager of Plymouth Argyle, Portsmouth F.C., Aston Villa, Derby County and other clubs. As a player he was an adaptable midfielder who played mainly for… Read more

Born Liverpool, 18th September 1958, John William Aldridge was a prolific, record-breaking goalscorer, best known for his hugely productive time with Liverpool in the late 1980s. Aldridge took a long time to reach the top of the game, plying his… Read more

Born June 26, 1952 in Ayrshire, Scotland, Gordon McQueen was a tough and gangly central defender who won numerous honours in football with Leeds United and Manchester United. McQueen was a goalkeeper as a schoolboy but then switched to his… Read more

Born December 28, 1939, Frank McLintock is a Scottish former footballer. Born in Glasgow and brought up in the Gorbals, McLintock started his career as a midfielder at Leicester City, making his debut in 1959. He spent seven seasons at… Read more

Born Notting Hill, London, November 23, 1941, Alan Mullery was a footballer who enjoyed an eventful and outstanding career with Tottenham Hotspur and England in the 1960s and 1970s. Mullery was a tough but quick central midfield player who came… Read more

Andy Gray was sacked by Sky Sports on 25th January 2011. Andy Gray has played a pivotal role in the development of Sky’s football coverage. From Andy Gray’s Bootroom to operating Virtual Reality and Replay 2000, his contribution has been… Read more