Ageism | Sky Sports presenters 'retired by ageist bosses'

Sky Sports presenters 'retired by ageist bosses'

Former cricketers and Sky commentators Sir Ian Botham and David Gower said farewell to their positions with the broadcaster this weekend, after they revealed they were ‘being retired’ after the TV network did not renew their contracts - reported the Daily Mail.

Gower blamed ‘ageism’ for his departure from the broadcaster, stating that the decision to get rid of him and Botham as being marred with ‘an element of implied ageism’.

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