Ben Foster believes talkSPORT’s very personal Simon Jordan ought to be working for Prime Minister.
The outspoken co-host by no means fails to make controversial statements, which frequently blow cold and warm with listeners.
Nevertheless, he has an enormous fan in Foster, who has insisted that the nation is in dire want of a pacesetter who ‘says it how it’s’ after listening to Jordan earlier within the day.
“I listened to Simon earlier and he’s bob on to be sincere with you,” Foster stated. “He’s precisely proper.
“I’ll offer you your dues Simon, you have to be working for Prime Minster in my eyes mate!”
Jordan then joked: “Thanks, Ben, however it’s straightforward to speak sense if you’re sat subsequent to Jim White each day!”
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Foster then added: “You speak sense although and that’s what we want on this nation – someone who talks sense and lays it out precisely how it’s.”
Earlier in the present day, it was revealed the Premier League are set to ditch the controversial pay-per-view mannequin after this weekend’s matches.
Jordan, nonetheless, believes PPV matches ought to NOT be scrapped and ought to be halved as an alternative.
He stated: “I feel there’s an ethical argument to cost it correctly, and pricing it at £15 shouldn’t be pricing it correctly.
“It’s a must to pay for one thing what it’s price and in the end it needs to be truthful and equitable, and it needs to be balanced.
“If the one content material that may be delivered… you pay a TV license to look at the BBC, you don’t get it without cost. So by definition I do really feel there’s a steadiness to be struck.
“I feel it ought to in all probability be someplace within the area of £7.99.”