Erik ten Hag drops F-bomb in live Sky interview – and Gary Neville ‘enjoys’ it

Erik ten Hag dropped an F-bomb live on Sky Sports when discussing his Manchester United side's shock 2-1 victory over Liverpool.

The Red Devils boss joined host David Jones and pundits Roy Keane, Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville after securing his first win in charge. He was asked to sum up his emotions as the post-match interview got underway.

Ten Hag replied: "We can talk about tactical but it’s all about attitude. Now we see, we bring the attitude on the pitch. There was communication, there was a fighting spirit, especially there was [a] team, and then you can see what they achieve because they can f***ing good play football."

READ MORE: Roy Keane and Jurgen Klopp clash again with fans in stitches over 'sloppy' jibe

Jones began to ask his next question before clocking what word the Dutchman had used. "You had nine – sorry, apologies for the language if there was a little F-bomb dropped in there," he said.

Ten Hag said "sorry" and Jones added "I do apologise for that" before Neville burst out into laughter. The former United defender declared: "I quite enjoyed it."

Where will Manchester United finish this season? Let us know in the comments section below

Jones, who believed Ten Hag may have been speaking in his native tongue, continued: "I wasn’t sure if it was lost in translation Erik, I do apologise."

The slip of the tongue had viewers in stitches. One tweeted: "Nah Ten Hag just casually dropped an f bomb, these players stressed him differently." A second posted: "Love Erik ten Hag dropping an f bomb and not even realising he’d done it."

"Erik ten Hag dropping F bombs live on air, I love him even more now," commented a third. While a fourth added: "Ten Hag dropping the f bomb in a live interview is hilarious!"

READ NEXT:

  • James Milner 'roasts' Van Dijk and fans can't get enough of Liverpool beef

  • Piers Morgan says Erik ten Hag 'should be fired' for Cristiano Ronaldo decision

  • Cristiano Ronaldo 'totally blanks' Jamie Carragher in awkward pitch-side meeting

Source: Read Full Article