Former Manchester City and Leeds star Danny Mills was caught branding Manchester United "s***" in an embarrassing blunder live on Sky Sports.
Mills, 44, was making a guest appearance on Sky Sports' The Football Show on Wednesday when the hilarious moment played out.
Along with presenter Peter Graves and Middlesbrough ace Sol Bamba, the ex-defender thought the cameras had stopped rolling after a discussion about under-fire United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Graves first said to the pair: "Great chat lads. That was really, really interesting. I could've just listened to you two all day chat about the tactics and stuff."
Mills then interrupted and joked: "Basically United are s***."
His comment left Graves and Bamba in stitches, with all three unaware that it was in fact broadcast to thousands of viewers across the country.
Before Sky Sports quickly cut to a much-needed advert break, Mills added amidst the laughter: "But they are!"
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One fan tweeted a clip of the moment and said: "Just watching the football show on @SkySports wasn’t expecting a simple honest appraisal of man united from Danny mills".
Upon returning from the adverts, the broadcaster issued an apology to viewers over the gaffe.
Mills had been discussing United's woes more eloquently with Graves and Bamba before making the foul-mouthed assessment.
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Solskjaer currently finds himself under serious pressure following Sunday's 5-0 hammering at home to Liverpool, with reports in Italy suggesting Antonio Conte is being lined up as his replacement.
Daily Star Sport understands that Mauricio Pochettino, the club's No.1 target before he sealed a move to Paris St-Germain last year, also remains in the frame to take the Old Trafford reins despite his current post in France.
For now, Solskjaer's position is safe thanks to the intervention of his players, who were canvassed by club officials over their current managerial situation.
Red Devils stars expressed their support for Solskjaer despite their poor start to the season, but that could change if another defeat comes away at Tottenham on Saturday.
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