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Anthony Peter \"Tony\" Gale (born 19 November 1959 in Westminster, England) is an English former footballer who is now a regular pundit on Soccer Saturday (Sky Sports News/Sky Sports 1). He also contributes a column for the British tabloid newspaper, The Sun. In his playing career he was a defender, with long-term spells at Fulham and West Ham United, contentiously being sent-off, by referee Keith Hackett, in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest. After leaving West Ham, he had a single season with Blackburn Rovers, helping them win the 1994-95 Premier League title. Gale finished his playing career at scunthorpe united, where he also helped out manager and former West Ham team mate Alan Devonshire on the coaching side. Gale also contributes a regular column for West Ham\s official website, WHUFC.com, and is Director of Football at Ryman League One South side, Walton
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