Gary Lineker’s son has hit out at The Sun for publishing a “very untrue” story which said it was believed that some members of the family were celebrating his father's divorce from Danielle Bux, while the family is going through a “hard time”.
The couple has vowed to stay the 'best of friends' after amicable split
Hill passed away on Saturday after suffering from Alzeihmer’s disease
Schweinsteiger wouldn't divulge whether Rooney wrote poetry or not
Former striker Gary Lineker has given his backing to Hoddle despite Tim Sherwood being placed in temporary charge
The duplication of their midfield roles makes England look one-paced
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Hodgson also says he has 'no problem at all' with the former England striker after pair exchanged words regarding goalless draw in Ukraine
Gary Lineker's strange, rubbery face is among the most instantly recognisable in the country. Unlike many a prima donna footballer he probably never has to splutter: "Don't you know who I am?" But he was the latest to find out about himself in Who do you think you are? (BBC1, Wednesday). When you find out that Gary's dad was called Barry and his grandfather was called Harry, you just know that he comes from a somewhat different background to Sir Matthew Pinsent, who discovered that he was directly related to King John, the signatory to Britain's constitution, and thereby to Jesus and, er, God through the ancient belief in the divine right of kings. It's just a shame that Gary didn't follow in his own family tradition by calling one of his four sons Larry. But then the poor lamb might have turned into the black sheep of the family. They would have made mincemeat of him at school.
A further bastion of male dominance has fallen after the BBC announced that Charlotte Green will become the first female voice to read the classified football results at 5pm on Saturday afternoons.
Last month the BBC had to apologise over a section of Murray's Fighting Talk programme which saw discussion on whether gay presenter Clare Balding could be cured
Liverpool play Manchester United, and Arsenal play Tottenham ahead of crucial qualifiers
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Joey Barton has warned that Paul Gascoigne can only win his battle with the bottle if he helps himself.
The former England midfielder is battling with alcoholism