18/05/2022

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Clive Tyldesley ‘sacked by Soccer Aid after he was slammed for fat-shaming Tom Davis and Chunkz’

Soccer commentator Clive Tyldesley ‘is SACKED by Soccer Assist bosses for unwanted fat-shaming comic Tom Davis and rapper Chunkz during Television set charity match’

  • Clive Tyldesley has reportedly been sacked from Soccer Assist commentary responsibilities
  • The sixty six-yr-aged has been accused of ‘fat shaming’ some of 2020’s individuals
  • Rapper Chunkz and comic Tom Davis have been still left ‘devastated’ by his jibes 

Veteran commentator Clive Tyldesley has reportedly been sacked from that includes on long run Soccer Assist matches soon after he was criticised for ‘fat-shaming’ gamers during this year’s party.

The match was aired on ITV in September and highlighted previous gamers and famous people taking on every single other in an England vs Rest of the Earth clash in a bid to increase dollars for charity.

But in accordance to The Sunlight two gamers amongst the England group in Tom Davis and Chunkz have been still left ‘devastated’ soon after getting ‘fat shamed’ by Tyldesley during his commentary of the activity.

Commentator Clive Tyldesley has reportedly been sacked from his role on Soccer Aid

Commentator Clive Tyldesley has reportedly been sacked from his position on Soccer Assist

The 66-year-old has been accused of 'fat shaming' Tom Davis (left) and Chunkz (right)

The sixty six-yr-aged has been accused of ‘fat shaming’ Tom Davis (still left) and Chunkz (correct)

Chunkz came on a first half substitute for Davis during the clash at Old Trafford

Chunkz arrived on a first 50 % substitute for Davis during the clash at Aged Trafford

Chunkz was a first 50 % substitute early on, replacing comic Davis in assault during the come upon at Aged Trafford which England shed on penalties adhering to a 1-1 draw that lifted £11million.

As the rapper, 24, arrived on, Tyldesley reported: ‘Tom Davis is about to be changed, and by any person more substantial than him.’

Later on jibes at Chunkz integrated Tyldesley indicating he was so major you could ‘take guided tours all over him’.

An insider advised The Sunlight: ‘Clive’s been advised he is not going to be again for upcoming year’s Soccer Assist since of the reviews he manufactured.

‘It was crystal clear that though Clive believed he was just obtaining a giggle, no 1 actually identified his jokes amusing, enable alone Tom and Chunkz who bore the brunt of them.

‘Soccer Assist raises tens of millions for small children and is viewed by little ones and younger people today throughout the British isles. Obtaining them hear to somebody like Clive then mocking gamers for their weight seems absolutely unacceptable.

‘Clive understands why he is not going to be again. 

Tyldesley has broadcasted some of the biggest games in football over the last 22 years

Tyldesley has broadcasted some of the most important online games in soccer in excess of the final 22 decades

Tyldesley shared a video online earlier this summer, saying he was baffled by the decision to take away the lead ITV football commentary job and replace him

Tyldesley shared a video clip on-line previously this summer time, indicating he was baffled by the final decision to just take away the guide ITV soccer commentary work and swap him 

‘And it will be set forward as them bringing in new blood when it will come to the commentators on upcoming year’s activity.’

The information caps off a depressing yr for the sixty six-yr-aged obtaining previously been changed as ITV’s No 1 commentator adhering to 22 decades in the position again in July.

Tyldesley was changed by Sam Matterface as the channel’s guide commentator and expressed his disappointment in the final decision during a statement.

A self-manufactured video clip, in which he spoke of his upset in excess of the transfer, was seen virtually ten million periods.

Tyldesley has given that been signed by People in america CBS Sporting activities to guide their Champions League commentary – together with previous Liverpool defender and Sky Sporting activities pundit Jamie Carragher.

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