‘I have been silenced’ – Gary Lineker lacking from BBC protection of Brighton vs Grimsby
Gary Lineker can be lacking from BBC’s protection of the FA Cup quarter-final between Brighton and Grimsby City as we speak after being ‘silenced’ once more, albeit for a distinct cause this time.
Lineker was suspended by the BBC from presenting Match of the Day final weekend after feedback he made on Twitter wherein he criticised the federal government’s coverage on migrant boats.
He was promptly reinstated on Monday, however viewers of Saturday’s quarter-final between Manchester Metropolis and Burnley may have observed the 62-year-old was struggling along with his voice.
“On account of sickness, we have got a line-up change for as we speak’s stay FA Cup protection of Brighton v Grimsby on BBC One,” the BBC stated on Twitter.
“As viewers may have observed yesterday, Gary Lineker was struggling along with his voice and sadly it has deteriorated in a single day. Alex Scott can be internet hosting as a substitute.”
Lineker additionally confirmed he wouldn’t be collaborating.
“I have been silenced…. actually, by a nasty chilly so, annoyingly, gained’t be working at @OfficialBHAFC this afternoon,” he wrote on Twitter.