‘Upset’ Alan Shearer breaks silence on Gary Lineker tweet row after pulling out of MoTD as pair reunite on BBC

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AN “upset” Alan Shearer broke his silence on Gary Lineker’s tweet row after pulling out of Match of The Day.

The teammate and co-host was back with Lineker, 62, last night time on the BBC to convey viewers stay protection of the FA Cup quarter-final between Manchester City and Burnley.

Gary Lineker returned to TV to host the FA Cup coverage
Shearer informed how ‘upset’ he was about not being on final week’s show

Lineker opened the show saying how “it’s great to be right here” after he was slammed for a tweet final week earlier than being suspended.

And pal Shearer as we speak expressed how “upset” he was to have missed out on the show after he stood by Lineker alongside Ian Wright.

He stated: “I need to say how upset we have been that each one the audiences missed out on final weekend.

“It was a very troublesome state of affairs for all involved.

“For no fault of their very own some nice individuals in TV and radio have been put in an inconceivable state of affairs.

“It’s good to get again& to some kind of normality and speak about soccer.”

Lineker responded: “I echo these sentiments.”

The BBC’s highest-paid presenter,& on £1.35million a yr was blasted for his criticism& of& Suella Braverman’s& migrant boats plan.

He hit out at the& Illegal Migration Bill, which bans individuals who arrive on small boats from settling in Britain, on Twitter.

Lineker wrote: “This is simply an immeasurably merciless coverage directed at the most weak individuals in language that isn't dissimilar to that used by Germany within the ’30s, and I’m out of order?”

The invoice will see migrants detained and removed to their residence country, or a protected third state inside 28 days.

Tory MPs blasted the tweet as “foul, ill-conceived and disgraceful”, while Downing Road stated his language was “not acceptable and disappointing to see”.

And followers& piled in on the star,& with some calling for Lineker to step down.

Power secretary Grant Shapps earlier wrote on Twitter: “As a Jewish cupboard minister I want no lessons about 1930s Germany from Gary Lineker.

“Like Gary, I am internet hosting refugees in my own residence, however in contrast to Gary, I don't consider it is both proper or moral to tolerate legal gangs trafficking weak individuals throughout the channel.”

Residence secretary Suella Braverman branded the TV presenter’s feedback “irresponsible” and immigration minister Robert Jenrick stated he was “out of step with the British public”.

But the BBC later confirmed Lineker WILL return to the channel in an embarrassing climbdown 72 hours later.

Director Common Tim Davie apologised for the “troublesome period” for& staff, presenters and audiences& after his embarrassing climbdown.

Lineker’s failure to apologize himself additionally attracted criticism.

He at this time marked his return to BBC by tweeting a picture of him and teammates Shearer and Micah Richards.

The smiling pic of the trio comes minutes after Lineker posted a selfie with the caption: “Ah the thrill of being& allowed to stick to football,” slyly digging at the BBC.

Followers blasted the star after he did not apologise, with one individual saying: “Hypocrite. Please give up.”

One other added: “Will certainly not be watching.”

Someone else wrote: “Properly stick with football then and depart the politics to the politicians.”

Another stated: “You don’t just persist with soccer and that’s the issue.”

“Time for a change I really feel. Usher in some new faces. Panel have had their day sadly in my eyes,” someone else stated.

Fans additionally stated the BBC’s embarrassing U-turn 72 hours after taking Lineker off air might spell hassle for the cooperation.

One viewer stated: “Lineker& hammered the ultimate nail residence in the BBC’s coffin.

“Properly completed Gary – the license payment is now toast.”

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