Troy Deeney Calls Sky Sports Reporter 'Cheeky B*stard' On Live TV
Troy Deeney quipped that a Sky Sports reporter is a 'cheeky b*stard' for asking if he was ready to retire.
Deeney spoke following Watford's 3-2 defeat to Arsenal with confirmed their relegation from the Premier League.
The 32-year-old stated that he may have played his last game for The Hornets and Sky Sports asked if it would be his final game full stop.
He then replied: "I'm not that old you cheeky b*stard," before apologising and saying he shouldn't have sworn.
:speaking_head:"I'm not that old you cheeky b*stard!
Troy Deeney on his future pic.twitter.com/TNcg38zYiw
- Football Daily (@footballdaily) July 26, 2020
Fans have reacted the clip and they think it could be the headline of the final day.
I genuinely love this guy,cheeky bastard
- Dennis Santana Wijaya (@dnssantana95) July 26, 2020
Troy Deeney just called Sky reporter a "Cheeky bastard" live on air. The entire interview was really good in fairness. Raw. pic.twitter.com/0gItP8jusu
- Thomas Niblock (@thomasniblock) July 26, 2020
Interviewer: "Could this be the last season in your career, let alone Watford?"
Troy Deeney: "I'm not that old, you cheeky bastard!"
- Jaquob Crooke (@JaquobC) July 26, 2020
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Troy Deeney calling the interviewer a cheeky bastard was worth watching the post match garbage for
- SPFL Banter *** (@splbanter) July 26, 2020
Troy Deeney just called sky sports interviewer 'a cheeky bastard' after he asked him if that was the last game of his career. He did apologise quickly and more than once. Deeney had suggested beforehand he may have played his last game for Watford.
- Simon Johnson (@SJohnsonSport) July 26, 2020
Interviewer: Are you going to retire?
Troy Deeney: "I'm only 32, you cheeky bastard."
Le's have him at @ManCity
- Simon Hattenstone (@shattenstone) July 26, 2020
Watford needed to start strong against Arsenal this afternoon but found themselves 3-0 down inside 40 minutes.
A Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang double and Kieran Tierney's first goal for the club left Hayden Mullins' side with it all to do.
Deeney did net a penalty before half time and Danny Welbeck added a second in the second half to give Watford hope.
However, they couldn't find a third goal and their Premier League stay comes to an end after five seasons.
This season has seen them go through three managers in the form of Javi Gracia, Quique Sanchez Flores and Nigel Pearson.
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