On Tuesday morning the BBC News ticker briefly displayed this glorious message
· · May 28, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Somewhere in England there lives a hero, a champion, an absolute legend. That man or woman works for the BBC, and on Tuesday morning they decided to throw this little message down in the ticker.



Now, if you know anything about Premier League soccer, you know that everyone and their pops is a bandwagon Man U fan. It's super annoying. Some of these bros have never played a minute of soccer in their lives, and it shows.

And because these people are complete poseurs, they throw their money at Manchester United gear like it's going out of style.

The Red Devils then use this revenue to steal star players from other teams in the league.

So sure, Man U has won 20 championships, big whoop, but the fashion in which they've done it just kinda rubs people the wrong way. And they always seem to get the best referees, if you know what I mean.

Anyhow, back to that legendary BBC ticker. The network has now apologized to Manchester United fans (dumb) and claims "someone was training to learn how to use the ticker and to put text on the ticker, so they were just writing random things, not in earnest."

Yeah right, BBC.

You know the new hire is some Gooner from North London.

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