Presenter quit Sky after 'outrage' over her assessment of Tottenham's loss to West Ham.
Tottenham's Hugo Lloris in action with West Ham United's Manuel Lanzini
Gary Neville has hit out at the circumstances which led to Rachel Riley quitting her role as SkySports TV presenter.
Riley presented Sky's Friday Night Football coverage last season with Jeff Stelling, with six matches broadcast.
The penultimate one was West Ham's 1-0 win over Tottenham, which effectively handed the Premier League title to Chelsea.
Riley angered Tottenham fans by labelling their performance a 'proper bottle job'.
West Ham United's Aaron Cresswell in action with Tottenham's Kyle Walker
West Ham United's Jose Fonte in action with Tottenham's Christian Eriksen
The Times report Tottenham officials complained to Sky, and Riley did not present the following week after suffering personal abuse relating in response.
It is reported now she has decided not to carry on presenting the coverage, despite being offered a 12-month extension by Sky.
Sky analyst Gary Neville made his feelings clear, taking to Twitter to describe the events as 'scandalous'.
A Scandalous response to a nothing comment. Not helped by other presenters in the TV world sticking the knife in!! https://t.co/HeLACiM8D6— Gary Neville (@GNev2) June 14, 2017
It is unclear as yet who will replace Riley in the role.