Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville enjoy night of dancing with Sky Sports team


Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville enjoy a night of dancing and drinking, as the Sky Sports team celebrate ahead of the new Premier League season

  • The Sky Sports team has been seen sharing a night out ahead of the new season
  • Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville both showed off their dance moves
  • Micah Richards egged his colleagues on and impersonated Martin Tyler
  • The Premier League gets underway at Selhurst Park at 8pm on Sunday 

The Sky Sports team have been seen enjoying a pre-season get together, as Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher took to the dance floor ahead of the start of the Premier League season.

In a video posted on TikTok, the team, which also included presenters Kelly Cates and David Jones, are seen toasting each other as Micah Richards is gives a rousing speech and utters the famous Martin Tyler catchphrase: ‘And it’s live!’

The night then descends into dancing, and Richards can be heard egging on his colleagues and laughing as Neville and Carragher show off their moves on a dance floor.

It was a star-studded group as the Sky team enjoyed a night out ahead of the new season

Neville posted a picture mocking his former England teammate Carragher and continued their famous banter with the caption ‘WTF are those turn ups?’

Jamie Redknapp was also present and posted a picture on Instagram that revealed the full cast of the evening.

The likes of Roy Keane, Martin Tyler, Alan Smith and Geoff Shreeves attended the meal, although they were absent from the dancing clips.

For Neville, the videos of him enjoying the night confirmed the philosophy for work night outs he laid out some time ago.

Jamie Carragher dances the night away with his Sky Sports teammates

Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher enjoy shots during a night out

The night descended into dancing as pundits were egged on by Micah Richards

Neville and Carragher will be a key part of Sky Sports Premier League coverage this year

Neville and Carragher will be a key part of Sky Sports Premier League coverage this year

In an interview with Sky Sports in 2019, the former United right back said: ‘I’ve been at Sky for seven years, I’m always the last at every Christmas do. 

‘If you go on a team night out, you have to be there, and you have to be there to the end. That’s important.’

The presenting team will have to recover from the night out now as they prepare for the start of the Premier League on Friday evening.

Crystal Palace will take on Arsenal at 8pm to get the campaign underway, with the other 18 sides following over the weekend.

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