‘For f*** sake’ – Leeds star Liam Cooper launches X-rated blast towards cameraman ahead of Chelsea clash


LOOSE-LIPPED Liam Cooper appeared to launch an X-rated blast at a TV camera operator before facing Chelsea.

The Leeds skipper, 30, returned to the starting line-up for last night’s crunch clash after missing two games with a knee injury.


Liam Cooper was not happy with the TV crew being on the pitch so close to kick-offCredit: Sky Sports
The players and referees were all ready to go but were held up by the Sky staff


The players and referees were all ready to go but were held up by the Sky staffCredit: Sky Sports

But as the Sky Sports camera got up close and personal to focus on him just seconds ahead of kick-off, he looked down the lens and let out the alleged expletive.

As reported by the Mirror, Cooper is said to have shouted “For f***’s sake,” prompting the Sky worker to make a sharp exit off the turf as referee Anthony Taylor also ushered the TV crew away.

And a few eagle-eyed fans spotted the defender’s possible profanity.

One said, “Liam Cooper channelling his inner Neil Warnock with the cameraman,” adding the famous Gif with the former manager eyeballing the camera.

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Another wrote: “Anyone see Liam Cooper telling the cameraman to f*** off? Hahahahahaha.”

And a third added: “Yo someone clip Liam Cooper getting p***ed off at the cameraman.”

Leeds were undone by three unanswered Chelsea goals at Elland Road.

Mason Mount fired in after just four minutes and the Whites were not helped by Dan James’ early red card for his shocking lunge on Mateo Kovacic.


Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku added strikes after half-time.

The result leaves Jesse Marsch’s side 18th in the table, level on points with Burnley but with a far worse goal difference and having played an extra game.

But with must-win games against Brighton and Brentford to come, Cooper has not given up hope of Leeds’ survival just yet.

The 11-cap Scotland international said: “We’re in a fight now, we know that and we have got to go and be positive and approach the game and get a result in any way possible.

“Doesn’t have to be pretty, doesn’t have to be nice, we have to go and do it the Leeds way.”

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