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Guy Mowbray

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Guy Mowbray is The 48-year-old who has worked for the BBC program since 2004 but his choice of wording when introducing the Manchester United forward led to him believing he has been ‘hounded’.

Guy Mowbray Facts

  • Match of the Day commentator Guy Mowbray has deleted his Twitter account 
  • The 48-year-old has worked on the iconic BBC programme since joining in 2004 
  • But his comments on Marcus Rashford’s food poverty campaign led to backlash
  • Mowbray has to follow the BBC’s impartiality guidelines during his commentary 

Guy Mowbray BBC Work Deleted his Twitter account

Match of the Day commentator Guy Mowbray took to Twitter after his references to Marcus Rashford’s free school meals campaign drew criticism online.

The 48-year-old has worked for the BBC’s flagship show since 2004, but his choice of wording in introducing the Manchester United striker led him to believe he had been ‘bullied’.

Rashford has received widespread praise for his work in ensuring that vulnerable children in the UK do not go hungry during the holiday period.

Rashford’s campaign made him the center of attention in United’s clash with Chelsea this weekend.

But Mowbray, a seasoned commentator and recognized voice, delivered an opening line on Match of the Day that sparked great frustration from social media users.

The full quote in question read: ‘He didn’t get a victory in Parliament, but he did get the winner in Paris. Whether I agree with Marcus Rashford’s causes or not, surely there is only admiration for his continued commitment. ‘

On Sunday, Mowbray decided to delete his account. He wrote: ‘I really think it’s time to go.

‘It’s unsettling to be harassed by people whose view of a situation is actually the same as mine. Fairness transmission rules mean that things must be expressed in a certain way.

‘I tried to do that, having verified my original words in the morning with the editors of the show. I had to change them, it is in the political arena, so balance (strange as it may seem with some issues) is paramount … ‘

The BBC Editorial Guidelines state that: “When our content highlights issues that others are campaigning on, we must be careful not to endorse those campaigns or allow them to use us to campaign to change public policy.”

These rules mean that Mowbray was unable to publicly endorse or criticize Rashford’s efforts on television.

Another tweet from his account described the situation in more detail.

He said: ‘Believe it or not, there is an alternative view. Ignore its existence? Hypocrisy. Avoid the problem completely? It’s not really an option. ‘

However, in response to Mowbray’s comments, one user responded by writing: ‘What is the alternative vision for feeding starving children, Guy? I’m only interested in knowing.

Another said: ‘Guy Mowbray says whether you agree with Marcus Rashford’s causes or not. What human with some level of decency or morality disagrees with its causes?

A third reasoning: ‘There are a substantial number of people who believe that the Earth is flat. Could you give a warning about a geography conversation on your behalf?

Rashford’s efforts to spark change, which have also seen him head a new task force on child poverty, have prompted hundreds of businesses across the country to volunteer their resources.

The House of Commons rejected a Labor bill supporting the campaign to extend the free school meals plan this October semester, with Rashford’s call for politicians to ‘stop stigmatizing, judging and pointing fingers’ falling on deaf ears.

The young forward also created a petition in an attempt to force the government to take another 180-degree turn from his decision, which has currently been signed by more than 838,000 people.

Initial pressure from Rashford caused the plan to be extended throughout the summer break after the government insisted that support would not continue outside of the academic term.

England international Rashford has retweeted messages from companies across the UK offering help over the next several weeks.

His contributions have been shared with his 3.6 million followers and more keep coming.

The 22-year-old also volunteered at a food bank in Manchester on Thursday.

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