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NEWS: VIDEO: Many believe BBC commentator Liam McLeod said Aberdeen ‘****** Dundee’ on live TV

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Wouldn't be surprised if he did.

BBC Scotland/STV have had some bad football commentators in the past. McLeod is by far the worst - hopeless. 

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Fair do's, I've uttered a few swear words at Dens over the years myself. 

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He almost certainly didn't swear, but it does sound like it - to the extent that the recording of the game isn't on iPlayer.

When you listen to it closely it sounds like "fumped". I'm trying to think of another word beginning with 'f' that he might have been about to say then changed to "thumped". You know what it's like - you go to say one word, quickly change to another but your mouth doesn't catch up so you end up combining the two. 

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I found it all very offensive :sadno:

(Think I'm still in severe shock)

A F**KING, SILLY, TW*T !!:chaplin:

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Funny how his co-commentator  didn't pick him up on it?

Oh...it was jug ears, wasn't it?🤔

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That is the problem with employing commentators with a ‘hoochter choocthter’ accent. He should be only commentating on BBC Alba.

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I have just listened to Liam McLeod’s commentary and he definitely used a swear word.

If McLeod had used the same swear word against either Rangers or Celtic he would have been handed his P45 first thing this morning. 

 

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