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Thursday 18 September 2014

Video: Sky apologise after showing England's expletive-ridden huddle ahead of Ireland game

Published 14/08/2014 | 08:25

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Pre-game huddles are meant for those gathered in the circle and if you eavesdrop you should be prepared to hear some swear words.

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England captain Katy McLean cut loose in England's huddle before their semi-final victory over Phillip Doyle's Ireland in a moment which should not have been captured by TV cameras.

Sky later apologised for the expletives being broadcast before the watershed.

View the video below (warning: strong language):

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