on Tuesday evening was the Danish national player Pernille Harder on the sidelines in Dortmund in order to cover the Champions League for TV3 Sport.
It was evidently not a tv viewer very well. In fact, so bad that he chose to send an email with his opinions, among other things, landed in the Signe Vadgaards inbox.
'He Was in the studio. Women should not cover herrefodbold, and female football should be abolished. It is a war, and it is not for women', he writes, among other things.
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Hello Christoffer. Now I can't speak on the good @pharder10's behalf; but from one of the other women who ALLOW themselves to cover herrefodbold must sound a big; FUCK ME and have a nice Wednesday with lots of CL, which hopefully you will survive even though some of my female colleagues would have a finger in the game. Sincerely Signe
It would Signe Vadgaard, there is the Premier League-host on the channel Xee, and also need to cover this summer's european championship finals, for TV3 Sport, do not find themselves in. She has therefore put the email up on his Instagram account along with a message.
'Hello, Christopher. Now I can't speak on the good Pernille Harders behalf: But here from one of the other women who ALLOW themselves to cover herrefodbold, must sound a big; FUCK ME and have a nice Wednesday with lots of CL, as you hopefully survive, although some of my female colleagues would have a finger in the game.
Likes and comments, which backs up the Signes Vadgaards message, overthrew the subsequent check.
Stine Bjerre Mortensen, reporter and host for TV 2 Sport, writes: 'Christopher sounds like a puny human. In do-it-well'.
Josephine Hoegh, host of the DR the Sport, writes: 'The only war I see, it's damn between the Old and - hopefully - the rest of the population'.
Lina Rafn, singer and former X Factor judge, writes: 'Frankly: I bli’s damn sad when I read such a statement. I may well do me hard. Cold. Pretend that it is just much. Take it with humor and profit. Inside does it still hurt'.
the One called Thomas Bülow-Resting, writes: 'In women, covering the soccer ball, make it super good. Paltry people like Christopher should not even be allowed to see the ball. Keep up the good work'.
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with Signe Vadgaard, who writes that she 'for now not have any further comments'.
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