Sky Sports apologizes for "technical errors" when playing Last Post before the Sheffield derby

Sky Sports apologizes for "technical errors" when playing Last Post before the Sheffield derby

Sky Sports apologizes for "technical errors" when playing Last Post before the Sheffield derby

  • Sky Sports apologized for "technical errors" during Last Post's game
  • Some audiences seemed to hear mass noise before Sheffield derby
  • The game ended goalless. Sheffield United missed a penalty in the first half

Press club sports staff

Sky Sports has apologized after some spectators complained before the Sheffield derby before the Last Post game.

Instead of hearing the trumpet call on Sunday before the ceasefire, some heard what appeared to be mass noise and had insisted that silence prevailed.

Sky attributed the problem to a "technical error".

Sky Sports has apologized after some spectators complained before the Sheffield derby before the Last Post game

Sky Sports has apologized after some spectators complained before the Sheffield derby before the Last Post game

Sky Sports has apologized after some spectators complained before the Sheffield derby before the Last Post game

A statement states, "We know that some viewers had audio issues while playing the Last Post before the Sheffield derby, and we apologize fully for this unfortunate technical error."

Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Cameron Dawson saved a penalty from David McGoldrick of Sheffield United on 15 minutes.

In a statement, Sky Sports said they "fully apologize" for the mistake

In a statement, Sky Sports said they "fully apologize" for the mistake

In a statement, Sky Sports said they "apologize for the mistake"

The result means Sheffield United are in second place in the championship, one point behind leaders Leeds, who played one game less.

Sheffield Wednesday is now 17th and has played five games without a win.

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