Andy Gray is a hugely experienced speaker that is perhaps best known for his work as a football commentator and pundit on Sky Sports for over two decades. A former footballer who played for Aston Villa, Wolves and Everton amongst others, Andy has spent his entire life being involved with the beautiful game and is sure to offer a host of anecdotes from his time on the pitch through to his analysis of the World Cup.
Andy came to prominence in the 1970s and won a host of awards as a footballer including two League Cups, a European Cup Winner’s Cup, a Scottish Premier League and an FA Cup, alongside individual achievements like the Golden Boot he attained in 1975/76 for his impressive league tally of 25 goals, and both the PFA Young Player of the Year and PFA Players’ Player of the Year awards for his 29 goals the following season.
Following his retirement, Andy Gray became an extremely popular football pundit and analyst, forming a dynamic partnership with Richard Keys during his time at Sky. Together they covered over twenty Premier League seasons and entertained the public with their insight and opinions. Unafraid to be controversial, Andy is able to offer up anecdotes about his successes alongside his missteps, with his well-publicised departure from Sky unlikely to be left off the table.
Alongside his work with Sky Sports, Andy has also worked for the likes of BBC Radio 5 Live, ESPN, talkSPORT, beIN Sports and BT Sport, as well as providing his voice as a co-commentator on the hugely popular EA Sports videogame series, FIFA.
An incredible football after-dinner speaker that is sure to entertain the room with more than four decades of stories, book Andy Gray to provide personality and a fabulous speech at your next event.
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