Laurence Fox’s schoolboy error trolling Harry Kane’s rainbow armband made everyone’s day better
Laurence Fox took time out from his busy schedule to troll the England football team and it’s fair to say it didn’t end well.
Specifically, he took aim at England captain Harry Kane for planning to wear a rainbow captain’s armband at today’s Euros last 16 clash with Germany to mark the end of Pride month.
Fox naturally took exception – not like him to do that – and this is what he had to say on Twitter.
Except the Qatar World Cup will go ahead, in November and December next year, and it prompted no end of mockery on Twitter. Very satisfying it was too.
Great to see football man Laurence Fox doing some more of his football tweets. Guess we’ll never really know how a Qatar World Cup would have played out – but unmissable insight every time. pic.twitter.com/Sl6qnVdO5H
— Marina Hyde (@MarinaHyde) June 29, 2021
Does Lozza think Euro 2020, played in Europe in 2021, is in place of World Cup 2022 to be played in … 2022?
— Os Loves the Ocean (@Os_Oris) June 29, 2021
Looking forward to his explanation of how a double fault earns a free kick
— Steve Peers (@StevePeers) June 29, 2021
Did you know that in showjumping if you knock a fence down riding a brown horse the penalty is 4 points but on a blue horse it is 5, a pink is 6, and a black horse is 7?
— Eugene Meade (@eugemeade) June 29, 2021
“See the World Cup?”
— MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) June 29, 2021
— Paul Armstrong (@armoaning) June 29, 2021
He’s a big fan of Aston Hotspur
— Vallas record shop (@DirtyBarry5) June 29, 2021
Ah, Laurence Fox, the moron's moron. https://t.co/O7AO9Tg9Fo
— Paul Blinkhorn (@R1100GSBlueNose) June 29, 2021
'Alexa, tell me a couple of times England have done OK in a football tournament in my lifetime.' pic.twitter.com/AnmdltTpAG
— Julian Shea (@juliansheasport) June 29, 2021
Fox later had another go at it after deleting his original tweet …
… but he was only fooling himself.
We all saw the initial tweet Laurence, really nailed this one
— Simon Clark (@SimonClark8) June 29, 2021
To conclude …
H/T Twitter @MarinaHyde