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Luke Ayling jokes after reports claim Sky Sports silence Leeds fans’ ‘Sky TV is f****** s***’ chants

An article by the Daily Mail emerged today which claimed that Sky Sports uses technology to drown out Leeds United supporters chanting ‘Sky TV is f****** s***’.

The story captured the attention of player Luke Ayling who saw the funny side and joked on social media that they fans will “Have to sing a little louder on Sunday lads”.

Check out the tweet below…

Ayling’s post, which was posted out at just after 10am this morning, has gone on to be liked over 3,600 times as well as being retweeted nearly 1,000 times.

Leeds supporters have often vented out their frustrations at having majority of their fixtures picked to be shown on Sky Sports.

They feature again when they travel to Wigan Athletic this Sunday at 1:30pm.

Take a look at the video below when Leeds fans did that very chant whilst the Sky Sports cameras, presenters and pundits were on the pitch at one of their home games two months ago…

 

Leeds United fans chanting “Sky TV is fucking shit!” after another four of their matches were selected for coverage later this year… 😬🤬📺

Posted by Football League Fan Banter on Sunday, September 2, 2018

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Ayling only played 25 minutes of the Saturday evening clash against Nottingham Forest after he withdrawn from the pitch when he suffered a knee injury. The club have confirmed that he will be out for two months.

Last month, Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani called on the creation of Premier League 2 to help Championship clubs receive more television revenue.

 

Fans of the Yorkshire club took to praise Luke Ayling for his tweet as well as aimed their anger at Sky – check those tweets out on the next page.

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