The TV presenter has seen the funny side of a prank which broadcast pornographic noises live on the BBC sports show.
The former England striker said he doesn't think we draw in the 'great minds in the country'.
Homes Under the Hammer presenter Dion Dublin reveals how he went from international football star to daytime telly king and why so many fellow pros are following suit.
Gary Lineker remains the highest paid presenter at the BBC.
The former England striker said he has several years left to run on his contract with the BBC.
The former footballer said the joke was 'wide of the goal'.
He is said to be waiting for his application to be approved.
The salary of the BBC's top earner shocked ex-broadcaster Humphrys as much as anyone else.
The Match of the Day star says being older has made him more honest about his life
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Model Danielle Bux has gone public with her new beau some 10 months after divorcing Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker. 37-year-old Danielle met LA-based entertainment lawyer Nate Greenwald, 41, after she headed for Hollywood following her split with the 55-year-old Gary. “Gary and Nate got on very well when they met and Gary couldn’t be more pleased for them both.” Rex Gary and Danielle got hitched in Italy back in 2009 after a two year relationship, and their recent divorce was apparently so amicable that they spent just £400 on the settlement and it took 70 seconds to complete.
Gary Lineker has joined the bashing of Culture Secretary John Whittingdale’s approach to the BBC by slamming him as a “chump” after the politician joked about killing off the institution. The 55-year-old, paid £1.5million a year by the Beeb, was furious after Whittingdale said the corporation’s demise was a “tempting prospect”.
Gary Lineker has given divorce lawyers the red card – saying they deliberately hike up their bills and stir up hatred in clients. Now he wants to see the whole process of divorce settlements simplified to a “mathematical equation” to avoid over-billing. The BBC’s Match Of The Day host, above taking a call for a BBC charity day, said lawyers manipulate their involvement to boost their fees and as a result create “hate” between the parties involved.