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Gray Matters. Show your support for Andy Gray @ Asda Entertainment
Gray Matters. Show your support for Andy Gray @ Asda Entertainment

Gray Matters. Show your support for Andy Gray @ Asda Entertainment

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Can't really go wrong for £1.43 can you? I think the poor fella has had a rough deal personally what with Sky and there politically correct nonsense. Can no one have a good bit of banter anymore?

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Is this going to get hot or cold ??

......... no one cares

Number of Pages: 0 lol

Yeah I feel sorry for him too......if I earned over 1 Million a year for 20 odd years I would be gutted to lose my job.

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Must be terrible being out of work after earning 1.7 million year.

Original Poster

Guess that'll be cold then

JoeUK

......... no one cares



Do me a favour, love

Poor rich sexist git

JoeUK

......... no one cares


To an extent.
Despise Gray for his snidey digs at NUFC in the past, but this PC crap HAS gone WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY over the top and we've had the butch man-haters shrieking their bile on a subject they know less than nothing about. And people who should know better jumping on the bandwagon in the most hypocritical way imaginable. Ferdinand for one. (The player who did a convenient runner to avoid a drug test a couple of seasons back and only returned when....ahem...aware of the test - when he made SURE there was nothing to detect, that is....)
No - don't like Gray but the hypocrisy of those agreeing with this joke....

UnclePotter

Must be terrible being out of work after earning 1.7 million year.


The over-reaction, though.
You'd have thought he'd tried to bloody sexually assault the lineswoman - in front of the 20,000 or however many there was there !
Its the hypocrisy of those joining in that gets me, though

I do not feel sorry for him. Everyone knows you should not make sexist remarks at work. Besides a woman should not be at work, their place is at home cooking dinner!!

r4ge

I would.

Any one else... would you smash it?

Funny how sexism only goes one way. I worked in a mostly female office and some of stuff said as "banter" by the girls if said by us boys would have got us the sack.

I voted cold. It was not banter( or being ironic) like me and my mates come out with every day in pubs or on Facebook It was said with contempt and anyone who has genuinely heard the tapes and not just heard the story second hand would would attest to that.

pmsl
i would not smash it how crude, but id certainly make love to her.

gary_rip

I would.Any one else... would you smash it?

loose women on tv daily they asr more sexist than he was and they get paid to be like that, what happened to equal rights!!!!!

hooray henry

Funny how sexism only goes one way. I worked in a mostly female office … Funny how sexism only goes one way. I worked in a mostly female office and some of stuff said as "banter" by the girls if said by us boys would have got us the sack.

Who cares?

My wife picked this up for me only to hear Andy Grays voice say "the household isle is 4 isles down"

Andy Gray had it coming! Given what he was paid I think they were too gentle on him.

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hooray henry

Funny how sexism only goes one way. I worked in a mostly female office … Funny how sexism only goes one way. I worked in a mostly female office and some of stuff said as "banter" by the girls if said by us boys would have got us the sack.



Perhaps you should have taken it further then, done something about it if you found it offensive - I think it might be something called the "Grievance Process" in the workplace.

give him his job back hes one of the best pundits

cold - it wasn't banter - he meant it

who cares if he meant it, why does everyone get so emotional and get hurt feelings all the time, people need to get a grip

wagamamaluva

Perhaps you should have taken it further then, done something about it if … Perhaps you should have taken it further then, done something about it if you found it offensive - I think it might be something called the "Grievance Process" in the workplace.



Thats the point I didnt find it offensive as it was just banter. Lifes too short to bother with such things,live and let live. Enjoy life,relax,have fun,and chill.

presterjohn71

I voted cold. It was not banter( or being ironic) like me and my mates … I voted cold. It was not banter( or being ironic) like me and my mates come out with every day in pubs or on Facebook It was said with contempt and anyone who has genuinely heard the tapes and not just heard the story second hand would would attest to that.



Grow up... if we sack every person for comments that offend where do we stop.....load of s>>>!!! people need to toughen up and stop all this "im so upset" crap

Imagine just what the fans at her next game - when she eventually reappears - will be chanting. Worst one I heard was a 'Sumo, Sumo' shout at a larger lady Police Officer .....

I don't care if he meant it or not.............i'm just delighted they found a reason to get rid of him. Never could satnd him.

he was set up. Would it of got such a reaction if it was remarks about a man? I think not

the picture below doesn't necessarily reflect any of my personal views, I just thought i'd share it,

it's been on this site before, but for those who missed it.....

(if you are easily offended, please look away now)




http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_FiWsilhtcsQ/TUAA4xiANHI/AAAAAAAAAig/tmvu5Z7XdB0/s1600/offside.jpg

presterjohn71

It was said with contempt and anyone who has genuinely heard the tapes … It was said with contempt and anyone who has genuinely heard the tapes and not just heard the story second hand would would attest to that.



exactly - those who found it acceptable, would you have found it acceptable if it was a black linesman, and he'd said "what do black people know about the offside rule"

Goodbye Andy, you will not be sadly missed.

I'm a bloke & not massively into political correctness. I don't care that they had a bit of banter about women not knowing the off-side rule. But when he asked a female colleague to 'tuck this in for me' while holding open his trousers he definitley deserved to be sacked. That is the offence that he was dismissed for and probably would be in any modern workplace with sensible sexual harrassment rules.

mickemoomoo

I'm a bloke & not massively into political correctness. I don't care that … I'm a bloke & not massively into political correctness. I don't care that they had a bit of banter about women not knowing the off-side rule. But when he asked a female colleague to 'tuck this in for me' while holding open his trousers he definitley deserved to be sacked. That is the offence that he was dismissed for and probably would be in any modern workplace with sensible sexual harrassment rules.


Get a life and a sense of humour...harrassment my a***

wagamamaluva

Perhaps you should have taken it further then, done something about it if … Perhaps you should have taken it further then, done something about it if you found it offensive - I think it might be something called the "Grievance Process" in the workplace.



This man did:

mirror.co.uk/new…11/

Game on!
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