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Sunderland FC legend says he was "sacked" by former Newcastle United hero
ONE of the region’s ‘Three Legends’ former footballers has unexpectedly left a well-known radio programme.
Former Sunderland player, Micky Horswill, said on his Facebook site that he had been sacked from the Three Legends by former Newcastle United hero, Malcolm Macdonald.
The show is well-established on Century Radio but is now syndicated as The Legends to various smaller stations across the North-East, including Star Radio.
The Three Legends Ltd company was established last in August year and its founding director was Malcolm Macdonald.
It is currently airing, Monday, August 19, but with only Malcolm Macdonald and Middlesbrough FC hero Bernie Slaven.
On his Facebook site Mr Horswill said: “Sacked by Mal McDonald on Three Legends for having banter with (a member of the public) from Hartlepool who, along with Bernie and Mal, have given me stick for years.”
Mr Horswill is the second former Sunderland player to leave the show, he originally replaced former Black Cat star Eric Gates.
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