Must Watch: TV presenter makes rude slip of tongue when talking about Arsenal’s transfer plan

Must Watch: TV presenter makes rude slip of tongue when talking about Arsenal’s transfer plan

A Sky Sports News presenter made a hilarious slip of the tongue as she was going through some football news.

The stunning Kate Abdo had seamlessly rolled the name Alexandre Lacazette off her tongue – even with a French accent.

But that is where her success ended.

As she gets to talking about Arsenal’s other transfer targets – and in particular Valencia stars – she stumbles and blurts out an altogether different word.

She comes out something that sounds suspiciously like “c**k” and says it not once, but twice.

Kate can hardly hide her embarrassment, as she looks nervously to her colleague with a wry grin creeping across her face.

Fair play to her, though, she still continues the report.

In the same segment, an eagle-eyed fan spotted Kate developing a Liverpudlian accent out of nowhere when pronouncing “Fellaini”.

The Sky Sports presenter isn’t the first person to suffer an awkward Freudian slip while live on air.

BBC Radio 4 host James Naughtie made perhaps the worst ever slip-up when he mispronounced UK health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s name live on air.

And Sky News fluffed their lines when talking about the MP as well, saying: “The health secretary Jeremy c*** – er, Hunt.”

Being an Arsenal fan is not easy at the best of times. But this summer, life as a Gooner has been particularly difficult. Understandably, Arsene Wenger’s lack of appetite for new purchases has left Gooners all over the world enormously frustrated.

A lack of activity in the transfer market has represented an auspicious start to the summer and with Arsenal already looking ill-prepared for a daunting looking opening run of Premier League fixtures, pressure is already growing on Wenger before a ball has been kicked in anger.

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