BBC announce they will do tomorrow's MOTD show without presenter and pundits

Gary Lineker was today suspended by BBC for his tweet criticising the UK Government’s brand-new refugee policy.

Lineker, who is understood to be singing about his political views on Twitter, triggered debate today when he compared the UK federal government’s brand-new refugee policy to that of Nazi Germany’s.

The tweet triggered rather a stir on social networks and the broadcasters chose to suspend him till they do not reach an arrangement with him concerning his social networks usage. Lineker has actually declined to apologise for his tweet as he thinks he has actually not done anything incorrect.

The choice to suspend the popular speaker has actually not decreased well with fans and experts alike with the similarity Ian Wright, Alan Shearer, Micah Richards, Alex Scott and Jermaine Jenas all revealing that they will refrain from doing the program in uniformity with Gary.

And with BBC stopping working to discover a replacement for the speaker and with experts declining to do the program, they have actually now chosen that they will do tomorrow’s program with speaker and experts present.

BBC launched a declaration stating:

“Some of our pundits have said that they don’t wish to appear on the programme while we seek to resolve the situation with Gary. We understand their position and we have decided that the programme will focus on match action without studio presentation or punditry.”

In all, the entire circumstance is an overall mess and BBC will truly require to arrange it out or run the risk of losing their viewership.

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