An icon of British sport, John Fendley is a Sky Sports News presenter and star of Soccer Saturday. A regular of the station since 2010, audiences instantly recognise John from his hundreds of appearances as a presenter, making him an ideal event host. When booked for after dinner events, audiences are hooked on John's every word, eager to gain an insight into sports commentating. He is also an Executive Producer, meaning that this highly interesting figure can also discuss media, broadcasting and content production.
Since 1990, John has been a regular on British football. Among his other appearances, he presented Take It Like A Fan, a popular Sky Sports show, as well as co-presented Soccer AM, a fan-favourite broadcast on Saturday mornings. Occasionally, John will also report on Soccer Saturday, adding to his authority on football. John's influence extends decades, a testament to his knowledge, sports wide respect and popularity amongst viewers. Having witnessed first hand some of the most iconic moments in British football, there are few games that he can't pass his expert opinion on.
At after dinner events, audiences flock to hear John's anecdotes, which commonly involve some of the biggest names in football. His career includes several influential television shows, from which he reported on pinnacle matches within the sport, making John's speeches truly unforgettable for both fans and corporate audiences alike. Having witnessed both productive teamwork and poor leadership on the pitch, his stories commonly invite audiences to implement the inspired strategies in their own workplace.
Including commentating on football tournaments and presenting The Fantasy Football Club with Paul Merson, a show that reflects upon recent games with sporting guests, John uses his career to drive his speeches. When attending Q&As, he opens the floor to football fans who wish to learn from a legend, as John's perspective is highly respected on the circuit. No matter the style of the event, John's charisma and confidence makes him the perfect speaker.