GARY LINEKER, along with other analysts and pundits, missed Saturday night’s broadcast of Match of the Day.

Due to a tweet that the BBC found to be inappropriate, it has suspended Lineker from his Match of the Day hosting duties.
The BBC released a statement saying that they “decided that he will step back from presenting Match of the Day until we’ve got an agreed and clear position on his use of social media.”

After heated negotiations, the broadcaster will return to the microphone for the BBC’s live coverage of the FA Cup next Saturday, as reported exclusively by the Sun on Monday.

Can anybody tell me what Gary Lineker tweeted about?

Lineker used Twitter to criticize the UK’s Illegal Migration Bill, which makes it illegal for migrants to enter the country through small boats.

Twittering, he said, “This is just an immeasurably cruel policy directed at the most vulnerable people in language that is not dissimilar to that used by Germany in the ’30s, and I’m out of order?”

So, what do Alan Shearer and Ian Wright have to say?

Lineker’s Match of the Day co-hosts, Ian Wright and Alan Shearer, have also left the broadcast to show support for their colleague.

A tweet from Wright read, “Everyone knows what Match of the Day means to me, but I’ve told the BBC I won’t be doing it tomorrow.” Solidarity.”In a similar vein, Alan Shearer, a co-star, announced to the BBC that he would not be on the show the next day: “I won’t be appearing on MOTD tomorrow night.”

Match of the Day aired without a host, pundits, or commentary because of widespread support for Lineker from players like Alex Scott, Jermaine Jenas, Micah Richards, and Mark Chapman.Politicians are lining up to criticize Gary Lineker, whose salary of £1,350,000 is paid for by the public.

Following a warning from Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer, the BBC has implemented a ten-point strategy to ensure objectivity in their reporting.

“It is crucial that it remains objective so that the public continues to have faith in it.”

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