Robbie Savage calls Newcastle fans “shameful” after calling him “w *****” … as Alan Shearer jokes that he started the song!
- Robbie Savage returned to Newcastle fans who called him a “w *****”
- The expert was abused during the Newcastle FA Cup match in Rochdale
- Alan Shearer sent Savage a text message to suggest that he had turned on singing
- Savage has also criticized Newcastle fans for their treatment of Joelinton
Robbie Savage beat ’embarrassing’ Newcastle fans who repeatedly called him a ‘w *****’ during the FA Cup third round draw in Rochdale.
The 45-year-old was a member of BT Sport’s commentary team during Magpies’ 1-1 draw with League One Rochdale, but he was speechless in the first half when traveling fans pointed abuse to him.
The out-supporters could be heard ruthlessly singing: “Robbie Savage is a w *****, is a w *****!” towards the portal at Spotland Stadium.
Robbie Savage has criticized Newcastle fans who called him a “w *****” at Rochdale
The former Manchester United midfielder addressed these fans later BBC 5 Live radio show.
“In comments, I said what a great turnout it was from Newcastle fans, passionate, singing away. Then I was spotted, and it was clear that I was trending on Twitter because of the obscenities Newcastle fans sang for me, and I assumed that in good faith.
“I smiled and laughed but put yourself in my situation. If I were a Newcastle fan, I would have been ashamed.
Alan Shearer sent Savage a humorous text suggesting that he had started singing
‘Imagine that you have so many people at work x who turn around and turn camera phones in your face and wait for you to respond when you try to do your job. I thought they were a shame yesterday, the Newcastle fans.
‘It is pathetic. Newcastle fans there yesterday who sang, you are absolutely pathetic. “
Newcastle legend Alan Shearer made light of the unsavory song by sending Savage a funny text message saying: “I was the one who started the song.”
Savage also wiped Newcastle fans about their treatment of club players.
Savage was also disappointed by the supporters who abused Newcastle players full time
The Brazilian striker Joelinton of Newcastle looks down while Rochdale scores a tying goal
‘By the way, try to support your team, who married in Rochdale in the second half, instead of focusing your frustrations on a co-commentator. I was laughing. I had to laugh.
“At the end of the game, when many players came to applaud the fans, Newcastle fans in the front row gave gestures to Newcastle fans to leave.
“I heard Newcastle fans hammering Joelinton. What will that do for his confidence? ”
The Magpies took the lead in Lancashire after Miguel Almiron scored 17 minutes, but Rochdale took control after the break and earned a well-earned equalizer when 40-year-old attacker Aaron Wilbraham struck close.