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Andy Gray sacked from Sky, Richard Keys worried and Berbatov recues United

26 Jan 2011 13:32:15

Andy Gray sacked from Sky, Richard Keys worried and Berbatov recues United

DAILY MAILAndy Gray was sacked last night from his £1.7million-a-year-job as Sky Sports' leading football pundit after a thirdvideo emerged of his sexist behaviour. Also: Dimitar Berbatov's doublesaved Manchester United on a rollercoaster night at Blackpool that putSir Alex Ferguson's side five points clear at the top of the BarclaysPremier League. Sexism row: Gray (left) has been axed and Keys (right) could be next DAILY MIRRORDimitar Berbatov scored a late winner to seal another famous Manchester United comeback last night. Also: Andy Gray was sacked by Sky Sports last night - while fellow presenter Richard Keys was left clinging to his job after another day of drama. THE SUNChelsea have failed with a stunning £52million swoop for Sergio Aguero and Diego Godin, claim Atletico Madrid. Also: Dimitar Berbatov hailed the spirit that kept United's unbeaten record intact and sent them five points clear at the top. DAILY STARManchester United survived a massive scare to maintain their unbeaten league record at Blackpool. Also: Arsenal booked their place in the Carling Cup final with a second-half blitz against plucky Ipswich. DAILY EXPRESSBlackpool rocked Manchester United in a thriller last night before the Premier League leaders snatched a 3-2 triumph. Also: Southampton are set to leave the door open for Manchester United to hijack Arsenal's move to sign £10 million-rated teenager Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Two good: Berbatov scored twice as United stormed back against Blackpool THE TIMES A controversial refereeing decision helped Manchester United to avoid a shock defeat against Blackpool as the Barclays Premier League leaders overcame the greatest threat so far to their unbeaten run. Also: David Sullivan has admitted he will keep away from St Andrew's tonight because he cannot face the prospect of witnessing his former club end their Wembley prospects. THE INDEPENDENTThe sexism scandal surrounding the Sky Sports pundit Andy Gray came to a head in dramatic fashion yesterday when the former Scotland international was sacked after an embarrassing third piece of footage in which he made suggestive remarks to a female colleague was leaked. Also: David Bernstein yesterday promised to repair relationships between the Football Association and the foreign game after being approved as the FA's new independent chairman. DAILY TELEGRAPHLuis Suarez is expected to hold talks with Ajax in the next 48 hours in an attempt to convince the Dutch side to reduce their £30million asking price and let the Uruguayan striker join Liverpool. Also: The game ended to the sound of Arsenal fans chanting "ole" and a Spanish matador, Cesc Fabregas, was at the heart of all things good but the hosts had to endure a tense hour first. THE GUARDIANSky Sports last night tried to extinguish the sexism row engulfing the broadcaster by sacking the pundit Andy Gray for "unacceptable and offensive behaviour" after new evidence came to light of him making suggestive remarks to a female co-presenter. Also: Emmanuel Adebayor has agreed to take a pay cut to join Real Madrid on loan from Manchester City, with what the Spanish club describe as a "unilateral option" of a £15m transfer at the end of the season.   Explore more:People: Alex Ferguson, Andy Gray, Richard Keys, Dimitar Berbatov, Sergio Aguero, Emmanuel Adebayor, David Sullivan Places: Liverpool, Scotland Organisations: Football Association


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