BT SPORT host Jake Humphrey was forced to apologize to viewers after Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola said the ‘Bulls***’ show was broadcast live.
The Italian icon was a guest expert for the West Londoners’ visit to West Ham – whom he once managed – and he set the air alight just minutes after the show.
BT showed a compilation of Zola’s best goals for Chelsea – including some against The Hammers.
And after a string of goals from the free kick were shown, former Hammer and Zola student Rio Ferdinand said: “This wasn’t an accident was it?”
Zola, 55, replied: “No no, absolutely not!
“It doesn’t come naturally. That’s why when people tell me, it’s natural…
“Sorry, forgive me for the word but those are bulls***.”
Ferdinand burst out laughing at the insult but Humphrey was quick to apologize to the onlookers.
“That’s a very powerful word for this time of the morning, sorry if you don’t like using the word,” he said.
Former West Ham and Chelsea star Joe Cole also grinned as Zola said: “Forgive me.”
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