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Adrian Chiles, Robbie Savage among most gaffe-prone football pundits

10 April 2014 7:20 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Adrian Chiles and Robbie Savage have been voted among the most gaffe-prone football pundits.

A new poll of British footy fans lists Chiles twice in a top ten of slip-ups this season, while Chris Kamara and Matt Le Tissier also feature.

1,500 football fans were asked to select the most embarrassing quotes this season and of all time.

The top ten of the 2013/14 season is:

1. "Who'll win the league? It's a coin toss between three of them." - Matt Le Tissier (23%)

2. "If that happens anywhere else on the pitch, it's a stonewall penalty." - Chris Kamara (21%)

3. "In the last year, 46 of the 92 managers have lost their jobs - that's over half." - David Pleat (20%)

4. "I'm trying to get some building work done at the moment, quite seriously. Be careful." - Adrian Chiles talking about the perils of upsetting Polish football fans (19%)

5. "You need to take off your rose-scented glasses." - Robbie Savage (18%)

6. "If you're still watching, »

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Andy Gray returns to co-commentary with BT Sport appearance

25 January 2014 5:58 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

• Gray sacked by Sky for off-camera sexist comments in 2011

• BT Sport: 'We are delighted he can stand in for Michael Owen'

Andy Gray will co-commentate on British television on Saturday afternoon for the first time since losing his job after making off-camera sexist comments in 2011.

The former Everton, Aston Villa and Wolves striker will work on a one-off basis for BT Sport's coverage of the Fa Cup fourth-round tie between Stevenage and Everton. Gray has not worked on British TV since leaving Sky Sports after making comments about the assistant referee Sian Massey.

Since leaving Sky, Gray has worked alongside his former Sky colleague Richard Keys on TalkSport radio and also for beIN Sport, which is based in Doha.

He makes his return on British screens in place of the regular co-commentator Michael Owen, who misses the match because he is abroad.

A spokeswoman for BT Sport said: "BT »

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