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Sven Roeder 3:30 Fri Aug 5
"Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Martin Tyler off to a good start to the new season.
Wonder who will be doing the Sky commentary after he is hung, drawn & quartered


bbc:

Football commentator Martin Tyler has apologised after referring to "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues" in a BBC interview.

The Sky Sports commentator made the reference while appearing on BBC Radio 4's Today programme.

Liverpool Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram insisted Mr Tyler said sorry for his "exceptionally crass" words.

Mr Tyler later apologised, while the BBC said it regretted not challenging his remarks "robustly".

The commentator said he wanted to "apologise sincerely and wholeheartedly for any misunderstanding".

He added that there was "no connection at all between the Hillsborough disaster and hooliganism".

Mr Tyler made his comments while being interviewed about the Premier League launch in 1992 by Today presenter Martha Kearney and Justin Webb.

He said the game was "in a bit of a crisis at that time", adding: "We weren't that long after Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues as well, so it was a very much a difficult time for the game generally."

Mr Rotheram, who was at Hillsborough, said on Twitter that Mr Tyler's remarks had been "exceptionally crass".

He said the commentator was "a man who should know much better".

"Even now, people whose careers are built on football still spread these foul smears," he said.

Liverpool West Derby MP Ian Byrne said Mr Tyler's comments were "disgraceful", while fellow Labour MP Paula Barker, who represents Liverpool Wavertree, said they were "disgusting", adding: "How can he be allowed to have a career in sports journalism and perpetuate these lies?"

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Agent Scud 4:41 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Mike Oxsaw 4:26 Fri Aug 5

Absolutely. Anyone that charged in without a ticket has blood on their hands. Grief mongering, perpetual victim shitcunts.

claretandbluedagger 4:31 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Liverpool fans hate him because he’s not 100% sycophantic towards them at all times. Whining about his commentary for being biased whilst loving everything Carragher says.

Mike Oxsaw 4:26 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Some people have got their heads so far buried in the sand regarding the root cause of the Hillsborough disaster that all they can see is the base of Ayers Rock...sorry...Uluru.

No fans charging in = no disaster. How hard is that to get your head around?

Lee Trundle 4:05 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Liverpool fans have had it in for him for a while.

I'm surprised it's taken so long.

Hermit Road 4:04 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
He loses sympathy the minute he apologised.

Should have doubled down and explained why thousands of people without tickets rushing a gate is hooligan behaviour.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:02 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
They'll sacrifice him in a wicker man build out of Sun Newspapers.

claypole 3:56 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
The voice of the Premier league

Sven Roeder 3:55 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
He was interviewed ABOUT the Premier launch 30 years ago not AT the launch

Even the Scousers wouldnt dig up something from 3 decades ago to get offended by (actually maybe they would).
They have more than enough current grievances
Was Prince William due to be at the Community Shield to take their booing?

North Bank 3:50 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
MPs and Mayor lining up with their mock incendiary outrage to endear themselves with the locals, yes it was insensitive, but to destroy a decent man and call for him to be cancelled, is the lowest of the low

Bunch of self serving cunts

ted fenton 3:48 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Agueroooooooooo

Dr Matt 3:47 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
28 years ago - wow he must be really sorry!

stepney hammer 3:46 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Another job offer for Alex Scott in the offing

Mr Anon 3:41 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Depends on how he said it, by his tone he could of been making the distinction rather than comparison

Eerie Descent 3:39 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
I think he should be nicked for that.

Can't be having people saying horrible stuff in this day and age, it's a crime worse than violent burglary.

twoleftfeet 3:39 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
Two things we must never discuss -

The War

Hillsborough

Pathetic really.

⚒️ 3:39 Fri Aug 5
Re: "Hillsborough and other hooligan-related issues"
The black weatherman from Good Morning Britain to take over as Sky’s leading commentator.





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