The British Broadcasting Corporation BBC has now apologized to the Manchester United Club and also the Funs worldwide after a news ticker referring to the club appeared on the screen concerning the football club.
The news ticker reffered Manchester United Club as rubbish.
The News ticker according to the source appeared during a sport bulletin in the English Broadcasting News.
Anita MC Veigh was the presenter at the moment and soon after she noted the mistake he was forced to apologize to the public informing people that it was a mistake from someone who was learning how to operate the ticker.
She has informed the Manchester united club and also the Manchester united fans who saw the ticker and got offended by the ticker to receive their apologies for the mistake.
"BBC apologises for 'Manchester United are rubbish' news ticker" Citizen TV Kenya tweeted on their official verified Facebook page.
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