Danny Mills is broadcast telling a presenter ‘basically, United are S***’, live on Sky Sports News

Danny Mills is broadcast telling a presenter ‘basically, United are S***’, live on Sky Sports News, with ex-Leeds and Man City player airing his REAL views while he thought the show was on an advert break

  • Danny Mills and Sol Bamba were discussing Manchester United on Sky Sports
  • When the they thought coverage had gone to an advert break, Mills spoke freely
  • The former Leeds and Man City player said: ‘Basically, United are s***!’ 











Danny Mills has delivered one of the all-time great TV gaffes, offering his unfiltered verdict on Manchester United’s woes when he thought the cameras had stopped rolling. 

The former Manchester City and Leeds player quipped: ‘Basically, United are s***!’, when presenter Peter Graves indicated Sky Sports news’ coverage was paused for an advert break. 

Sinking back in his chair, Graves, who had been discussing United’s ongoing issues and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s precarious position as manager, said: ‘Great chat lads, well done, that was really interesting.  

Sol Bamba (left) and Danny Mills (right) were discussing Manchester United’s woes with presenter Peter Graves (centre) when Mills made his flippant comment thinking he was off air

Mills was appearing on the broadcast along with Sol Bamba and both men were pictured either side of Graves on video link. 

With his head down and earphones in, Mills responded to the presenter’s congratulations for the interesting conversation with his simple assessment that United ‘are s***’.

Both Bamba and Graves laughed at the comment and then Mills shrugged his shoulders, saying: ‘But they are..’ 

Fast-thinking viewers watching from home took to social media with a recording of the clip. 

One wrote: ‘Just watching The Football Show on Sky Sports, wasn’t expecting a simple, honest appraisal of Man United from Danny Mills.’ 

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