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The BBC was forced to apologize to Manchester United fans on Tuesday after the Premier League club posted a “dirty” sign on their news bulletin.

During the tennis upgrade, the insult appeared at the bottom of the screen. Later in the morning, a supporter apologized to a frustrated United supporter.

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She said the error occurred when someone was learning how to do the marking and was “writing randomly, not honestly.”

The presenter said: “A little while ago, when some of you were commenting on Manchester United, you may have noticed something unusual at the bottom of the screen, and I hope Manchester United fans are not upset. it is.

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“Let me just explain what happened – behind the scenes, someone was learning how to mark and mark writing on a ticker, so they sincerely wrote random things and that comment appeared.

“So if you see that and you’re angry and you’re a Manchester United fan, apologize.”

A BBC statement told the PA news agency: We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

“I had nothing to do with this !!” With hashtag #mcfc.

Manchester United, who have not won a silver medal since 2017, are sixth in the Premier League.

New manager Eric Ten Hagg officially announced on Monday, less than 24 hours after Manchester City lifted their fourth league title in five seasons.

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