'Match of the Day' has too many white men on its lineup and needs to become more diverse. That is the criticism of the BBC's
Redknapp's comment underlines his ignorance, while Fowler's was the use of an expression that many people use without any agenda. The difference might be that Redknapp is a media darling while Fowler less so. What Fowler and Hodgson's apologies show though is just how delicate people can be.
Gary Lineker says he would love David Beckham to replace Alan Hansen as the new Match of the Day pundit. Hansen will leave
Alan Hansen will end his 22-year association with Match of the Day next summer after revealing his intention to retire as
The maligned Mark Lawrenson has been handed a "reduced role" by the BBC in a bid to revive their flagging flagship programme
Sir Paul McCartney has joined the line-up for a charity single to raise money for those affected by Britain's worst sporting
Alan Partridge's TV show suggestions in 1997 are now a case of life imitating art. "Cooking in Prison," Alan suggested, so
It feels disrespectful to criticise an institution, but when you consider Alan Shearer's mumblings are publically funded, it's worthwhile questioning the established order. Why is Match of the Day allowed to consistently underperform?
Premier League managers Kenny Dalglish and David Moyes joined more than 1,000 people at the funeral of former Liverpool and
Former Liverpool footballer Alan Hansen has apologised after describing black players as "coloured" during a debate on Match