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Drunken commentators on beIN SPORTS?
While the famous duo of the channel composed of Christophe Josse and Daniel Bravo was present to host the meeting, their various interventions during the game surprised more than one viewer. In question ? As we can discover on social networks, the commentators are particularly criticized for too many words/names torn, but also an attitude sometimes removed, sometimes laconic.
Also, it didn't take long to see the first theories popping up on Twitter, including the main one: they didn't just drink water before going on air. “Josse and Bravo to #SEVMCI comments are drunk. Too blatant how they are farted guys” can we read on the site, just like, “But Daniel bravo and Josse are drunk or what? Catastrophic comments” or “It's surreal. I'm watching the Seville City replay. Bravo and Josse commented on the match completely blown, it's extraordinary“, while other Internet users made fun of the situation by renaming the channel Bibine Sports.
A return to the set that questions
Recurring criticism throughout the evening, which finally took on greater importance when Christophe Josse intervened on the set of Champions Show after the meeting. And for good reason, the live behavior of the commentator was again considered disconcerting between his laughter out of step or his inaudible remarks.
For the time being, neither the commentators nor the channel have reacted to these various remarks. However, if the summary of the match was available on YouTube this morning, the video mysteriously disappeared from the beIN SPORTS channel this afternoon (it is the only one in this case), even though many comments under it again pointed the finger at the attitude of the duo. Coincidence? To be continued…
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