EX-Sky Sports activities presenter Richard Keys has had his say after Jamie Carragher spat at a 14-year-old woman.
Keys, 60, resigned at Sky after making derogatory feedback about feminine assistant referee Sian Massey over seven years in the past.
And now he says Carragher’s future with the corporate “shall be attention-grabbing” after requires the previous Liverpool defender to be sacked.
Carragher, 40, will maintain crunch talks with Sky producers immediately after a spokesperson for the TV giants labelled his actions as “unacceptable.”
The soccer pundit was filmed opening his window and spitting at one other automotive after being heckled following Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat in opposition to Manchester United.
The younger daughter could be heard within the background claiming that his spit hit her within the face.
Carragher was fast to supply a grovelling apology on Twitter that learn: “Completely out of order & I’ve apologised personally to all of the household this night.
“I used to be goaded three/four instances alongside the motorway whereas being filmed & misplaced my rag. No excuse apologies.”
CARRA GONER Jamie Carragher needs to be sacked by Sky Sports activities after being filmed spitting in 14-year-old woman’s face following Liverpool’s defeat to Manchester United, in response to soccer followers
The schoolgirl was lowered to tears after the confrontation on Sunday, saying: “I’ve by no means been spat at by anybody earlier than. I believed, ‘Why has he executed that’. I believed I had executed one thing improper.
“Individuals at school take the mick and it’s only a chortle. Somebody like him who’s older ought to have the ability to take a joke.”
Keys and fellow co-presenter Andy Grey each misplaced their jobs at Sky in 2011 following leaked tapes which revealed sexist feedback about Massey, soccer executives and colleagues.
Grey made gestures to presenter Charlotte Jackson by asking her to assist tuck one thing into his trousers.
Keys was recorded making feedback to Jamie Redknapp about an ex-girlfriend by asking him if he had “smashed it.”
And talkSPORT pundit Vinnie Jones thinks Carragher needs to be proven the exit door.
Hardman Jones, 53, blasted: “It’s cowardly.
“How has the lad driving it not pushed after Jamie, rammed him, dragged him out of the automotive and beat seven… you already know what I imply.
“If somebody spat at my daughter sitting within the automotive, I’d have been after them.
“There is no such thing as a sitting on the fence right here, Jamie is down the highway – down the Jobcentre tomorrow.”