Sky falling in on Andy Gray and Richard Keys - What the back pages say on January 25

25 January 2011 08:29
DAILY MAILThe positions of Sky Sports broadcasters Richard Keys andAndy Gray looked untenable last night as their own network made freshrevelations about their sexist conduct.

Also: John Terry warned thatChelsea are back in the Barclays Premier League title race last nightafter Didier Drogba's stunning strike set up victory at Bolton.

Row: Gray and Keys (right) face a battle to save their television jobs

DAILY MIRRORSuper Chelsea went back to their favourite ground - and stamped all over poor Bolton.

Also: Rio Ferdinand branded Sky sexists Andy Gray and Richard Keys "prehistoric" as the storm over assistant referee Sian Massey intensified.

THE SUNLiverpool were reeling last night after bids to land Charlie Adam and Luis Suarez were KO'd.

Also: John Terry last night warned Manchester United: Be afraid.

DAILY STARFurious Blackpool boss Ian Holloway last night told wantaway Charlie Adam: You'll only ever make your dream move to Liverpool when they cough up £12m.

Also: Rampant Chelsea last night proved their mid-season blip was a thing of the past by strolling to their first away league win since October 30.

DAILY EXPRESSDidier Drogba showed last night that champions Chelsea are far from out of the Premier League title race - regardless of what Paul Robinson says.

Also: The decision on the battle between West Ham and Spurs for the 2012 Olympic Stadium was postponed yesterday amid belief in some quarters it was done to take some of the emotional sting out of the controversy.

Pile on: Chelsea players celebrate after Ramires scores the fourth at Bolton


Chelsea provided further evidence that their mid-season slump is behind them with a 4-0 away win over Bolton Wanderers.

Also: David Gill believes Manchester United are worth almost USD2billion (about £1.25billion) and is confident that the club's valuation will continue to soar.

THE INDEPENDENTChelsea kept their hopes of defending the Premier League title alive last night with an impressive 4-0 victory over Bolton Wanderers that cemented their top-four position and reduced the pressure on manager Carlo Ancelotti.

Also: The only time that Andy Murray has played Alexandr Dolgopolov was five years ago in a Davis Cup tie at the Odessa Lawn Tennis Club in a quiet suburb of the Black Sea resort.

DAILY TELEGRAPHOn an emotional evening when Bolton Wanderers gathered to pay tribute to their greatest striker Nat Lofthouse, Chelsea celebrated their current crop of forwards.

Also: Andy Gray, the football presenter, was under increasing pressure last night after Sky News unexpectedly broadcast fresh footage of him making sexist remarks about assistant referee Sian Massey.

THE GUARDIANSky's main football presenters were yesterday labelled "prehistoric" by the England captain, Rio Ferdinand, for their views of women officials and executives, as Uefa described football as a game run by an "institutionally sexist" old boys' club.

Also: Kenny Dalglish has said he had no idea a female assistant referee had allowed Liverpool's first goal at Molineux on Saturday and, contrary to Richard Keys' pre-match claim, could not care less. 

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