Graeme Souness reportedly walked out of the Sky Sports studio on Sunday following Liverpool's 4-0 win against Brighton on the final day of the Premier League season.
According to the Daily Mail, Souness was unhappy with being cut-off by the production team on a number of occasions while he was attempting to make a point.
It's said that the Scot was heard to say, "I don't need this. That's four times today you have shut me up" as he walked off the set.
When coverage returned following an ad break, Souness's seat had been filled by Gary Neville who had been on co-commentary duty for the game.
A spokesperson for Sky Sports told the Daily Mail:
Graeme reacted badly to a directive to wrap up his comments before an ad break. But he has been in touch with the production team to apologise.
Following the broadcast, it had been speculated that Souness may have been pulled from the coverage due to an inappropriate comment about Mo Salah.
While speaking about the Liverpool striker, Souness told of a recent conversation he'd had with Kelly Cates where he had compared Salah to her father, Kenny Dalglish.
"I was working with Kelly, his daughter, here on a game, sitting here and I said, 'He's like your Da with a sun tan'. He has a football brain which has a different picture to most people."