Monday, 12 September 2011

James *@#&ing Haskell

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It seems that Le Hask's “torrent of vile abuse” aimed at Martin Scelzo towards the end of the England v Argentina match, captured by the referee’s microphone, has caused a bit of a stir.

ITV were quick to apologise but if TV companies are going to broadcast the feed from pitchside mikes then they have to expect to capture a certain amount of industrial language, especially given that Haskell had just been struggling to remove Scelzo’s thumb from his eye socket.

Or perhaps they should just dub in a more palatable translation: “I say old chap, jolly bad show you bounder.”

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