TalkSport: presenter Danny Kelly joinsTalkSport has signed Danny Baker's former sparring partner sparring partner
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Kelly will co-present the weekday evening slot with another of the station's new signings, Stan Collymore Stanley Victor Collymore (born January 22 1971 in Stone, Staffordshire) is a retired English footballer. Early career
A talented centre forward, Collymore started his career as an apprentice footballer with Walsall, and also Wolverhampton Wanderers, before being released . He will also front a Sunday evening programme during the course of Euro 2008, which kicks off on Saturday, June 7.
The TalkSport programme director, Moz Dee, said he wanted to make the weekday evening slot between 7pm and 10pm the "definitive place to come for sports conversation and debate".
"In Danny and Stan Collymore we have a great combination of people, a really good sports journalist and a high-profile sportsperson sportsperson
a person who plays sports , both of whom are incredibly articulate and can talk about a wide range of sports," Dee added.
Kelly, a former editor of NME NME Name
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Separately, Baker is returning to Radio 5 Live as a host of its football phone-in 606 during Euro 2008.
TalkSport signed Collymore from Radio 5 Live last week.
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