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BBC Adds Faldo, Steps Up Golf Coverage After Criticism
Published July 20, 2012
DIXON OUT: The DAILY MAIL also reported football pundit Lee Dixon has announced "he's quitting the BBC," with rivals ITV "readying a deal to land" the former Arsenal and England defender. Dixon, 48, is being "lined up to replace" pundit Gareth Southgate when he is appointed FA technical director. Dixon revealed on Twitter that he "wouldn't be renewing his deal with the Beeb." Dixon wrote, "Sad to be leaving BBC. Nothing lasts forever. New challenges ahead. Loved my time there. Wonderful people... Just time to move on" (DAILY MAIL, 7/19).