Soccer Aid coverage was branded “chaotic” by one after it was slammed by unhappy viewers.
Stars like Martin Compston from Line of Duty and singer Olly Murrs stood on the pitch last night for the celebrity-packed charity soccer game that raised money for Unicef.
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Founded in 2006 by Robbie Williams, it is the largest event of its kind and aims to raise essential funds to give children the best start in life.
Judy Murray also coached the competition.
But Alex Scott’s interview with her was haunted by problems with fans who had no idea what Judy was saying as her microphone appeared to be failing. Birmingham Live Reports.
After a few seconds of awkward silence, Alex offered Judy her own microphone.
It happened again later on the show when Alex tried again to interview more guests without stepping over the microphone.
Viewers quickly went to Twitter to comment on the bugs.
One fan said: “@itvfootballer let’s interview these players and not give them microphones !! Disorganized as usual!”
A second wrote: “Football help just a tip ITV GIVE SOME THE MICROPHONE WHEN THEY ARE TALKING … ..IDIOTS.”
A third added, “Alex Scott asks Judy Murray a question and then forgets to put the microphone in front of her apparently top-notch host.”
A fourth said: “@AlexScott give the interviewee a microphone during the interview #SoccerAid #basics”
A fifth wrote: “The coverage of #SoccerAid is already looking messy and I love it!”
And a sixth added, “These interviews are pointless, we can’t hear shit.”
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