Balls Swaps Marr & Brillo For Fletch & Sav

What is Ed Balls up to these days? The new Norwich City FC chairman swapped Marr and Brillo on BBC1 for ten minutes on the sofa with BT Sport’s Fletch & Sav this weekend. Balls says he’s done with politics for good:

“I did 20 years in politics and I’m done with politics, I’m out now, I’m not expecting to go back, I don’t think I’ll ever be re-elected again.”

Before Robbie Savage brilliantly asked: “So, what made you leave Parliament?”

“The electorate, general election, people vote – I was an MP for 10 years but at the last general election I lost my constituency up in Leeds to the Conservatives. David Cameron got a majority, George Osborne is still the Chancellor, I’m chairman of Norwich City, so the question is – who got the better deal?”

Well, Norwich lost 5-4 in the 90th minute on Saturday to sink to 17th in the league, so…


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