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Neil Warnock Accidentally Tells Gary Lineker To 'F*ck Off' Live On TV

Neil Warnock Accidentally Tells Gary Lineker To 'F*ck Off' Live On TV

Most people seem to quite like Gary Lineker, unless you disagree with his Brexit opinion, but Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock clearly doesn't like him, maybe for the same reason. The manager was caught on camera telling Lineker to 'f*ck off.'

It's weird to think that Gary Lineker and Neil Warnock might have something in common that isn't just that they work in football.

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The two men seem like almost complete opposites but what they do have in common is that they've both come under fire in recent month for being vocal about everyone's least favourite topic, Brexit.

Ever since the country decided it wanted to leave Europe Lineker has been pretty open about how much he disagrees with it and is usually met by people telling him to 'stick to football,' people who no doubt don't have jobs in politics or football but happily tweet their opinions on both.

Earlier this month the Cardiff City manager caused a bit of uproar when he said he couldn't wait to leave Europe and 'to hell with the rest of the world' as he stood in front of a multiple signs saying 'Visit Malaysia.'

However that's not at the centre of their new beef. Warnock's nickname amongst football fans is Colin because an anagram of his name is 'Colin W*nker,' and it seems the Match of the Day presenter once called him Colin on air.

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Well on Saturday night the 70 year old didn't realise that cameras were rolling on Canadian television when he said the Match of the Day presenter could 'f*ck off.'

Of course Warnock's nickname is pretty funny, the guy can be a bit of a Colin, but it's probably quite unprofessional for Lineker to use that nickname on television.

Reid celebrates one of his goals by holding up a shirt with Sala's face on. Image: PA Images
Reid celebrates one of his goals by holding up a shirt with Sala's face on. Image: PA Images

The Cardiff boss would have been very happy with his players yesterday. On an emotional afternoon, their first game since Emiliano Sala's plane disappeared, the Bluebirds beat Bournemouth 2-0.

Topics: Gary Lineker, Television, Football News, Match of the Day, Neil Warnock, Premier League, bournemouth, Cardiff City

Ryan Sidle

Ryan is a writer for SPORTbible. He covers all sport from football, formula one, cricket, rugby, tennis, athletics, mma and wrestling. He obviously hates YOUR football team and has no interest in synchronised swimming.

 

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