City Won't Be Dominant Next Season Says Has-Been
A few days ago, sat in the beIN Sports studio in Doha, Qatar former Sky TV football anchor men, Andy Gray and Richard Keys discussed whether Manchester City would be as dominant next season as they are during this 2017/18 campaign.
Joining the debate were former Liverpool midfielder Jason McAteer and Chelsea legend, Gianfranco Zola.
Gray, now 62 has, in my opinion never been too far away from controversy. In fact, at the beginning of 2011 Sky dismissed the Glaswegian following multiple allegations of sexism. A week or so later Keys resigned his positon and followed his best mate to talkSPORT.
Gray always denied any involvement of bullying or being defamatory towards the ladies, even though video evidence contradicted his innocence. On the other hand Keys left the subscription network in defence of his buddy claiming 'dark forces' were behind Sky's decision to oust Andy.
City Won't Be Dominant Next Season
The following clip demonstrates Andy's reluctance to listen (not that I'm saying he's wrong) even though the rest of the panel put up a good case against what he's rabbiting on about.
Does the old fart make any valid points?
Do you care what the auld duffer says?
Have a listen and then tell us what you think in the comments section directly below this article.
Come on CITY!