All the effin' and jeffin' throughout ...

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  1. Mr Badger

    Mr Badger Well-Known Member

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    Poor commentator, he must have thrown his hands up in despair !!!
    There was no way he was ever going to keep apologising for what we all heard. I suppose there comes a point where it's pointless.
    But then again we all need nannying as nobody has ever heard a swear word on tv before, never ever.
     
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    What swearing?
     
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    it was them, proper gob5hites, but wish our lads more vocal
     
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    First one was clearly our gaffer!
     
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    I didn’t hear any swearing, maybe it was the next door neighbour?
     
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    Heard what I assume to be a Tranmere player/coach shout "that's absolute fking b0llocks that" a few seconds after the penalty was given. Made me lol.
     
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    red24/7 Well-Known Member

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    it was Keith Hill doing a French accent
     
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    If swearing in public causes harassment, alarm or distress then it can be considered as an offence under section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986. But it is never applied.
     
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    apologies are pointless and imo unnecessary.

    At the start of each match the commentator could just say “I apologise if you’re so sensitive and naive that you didn’t realise that professional football has a history, and some would say a rite of passage, whereby young people are introduced to swearing. The good news is that today, because of Covid, you’re only likely to hear it from a handful of people rather than the normal 30,000.”
     
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    Wot the fck you onnerbart, fkin nowt wrong wit fkin commentary, fck sake, fckin enfkinjoyed it, can't fkin see a fkin problem FFS :rolleyes:
     
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    Let’s be fair, if you’re offended by bad language, perhaps football isn’t the game for you.
     
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    No one ever apologised when there was chants of "Your gunna get your f*****g heads kicked in":D
     
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    Early in the game the commentator stated there was a chance "bad" language might be audible. He apologised but said there was nothing they could do. I think that's a good announcement and lets everyone know what the content will be. People who don't want to hear that can either turn down the volume or switch it off. But don't keep listening and then complain, you've made the choice.
     
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    That correct
    Also I’d would imagine that anyone who actually had their heads kicked in ,the swearing element informing them that this was going to happen would be well down the list of complaints against them imo . :D
     
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    I turned scarlet with sheer horror I tell you.
     
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    someone said "poopypants "
     
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    I felt a little intimidated
     
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    Managers who constantly use expletives to express themselves to their players or officials need to have a word with themselves,
    especially in the current situation when they know they can be heard above everyone else and the game is being broadcast live.
    Stop swearing please, it doesn't add owt or influence owt.
     
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    industrial language, but as you say maybe not now, with no crowd
     

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