Graeme Souness retires as Sky Sports pundit

Grame Souness won’t be seen in the sky sports anymore.

Graeme Souness, the former Liverpool and Scotland midfielder, has announced his retirement as a Sky Sports pundit on Sunday night. Souness has been a regular fixture on the channel’s football coverage since 1998 and has become one of the most respected and influential voices in the industry.

Souness has been a controversial figure throughout his career as a pundit, with his no-nonsense approach to analysis often dividing opinion among viewers. However, his experience and knowledge of the game have always been highly valued, and he has been praised for his ability to provide insightful and honest analysis.


During his time with Sky Sports, Souness has covered some of the biggest matches in world football, including numerous Champions League finals and major international tournaments. He has also worked alongside some of the biggest names in broadcasting, including Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, and Thierry Henry.

Souness’s retirement will leave a significant void in Sky Sports’ football coverage, but the channel is sure to have a plan in place to fill the gap left by one of its most influential figures. For now, though, football fans around the world will be saying goodbye to one of the game’s great pundits, as Graeme Souness prepares to hang up his microphone and enjoy a well-earned retirement