ESPN senior writer Mark Ogden makes fun of Harry Kane's voice with a producer
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VIDEO: ESPN ‘accidentally’ upload video of production team mocking Harry Kane’s voice

Condemned by former Man Utd striker Andrew Cole.


ESPN mocking Harry Kane what a professional company… pic.twitter.com/76pM4unU5K

— Sky Sports Premier League ➐ (@SkySportsPrem) November 1, 2020

ESPN have said that a video involving a producer and senior writer mocking Harry Kane’s voice was posted to YouTube “accidentally”.

The Tottenham Hotspur striker had just become one of the Premier League’s all-time top ten goal-scorers with his penalty in the 2-1 win over Brighton.

Very poor practice ESPN

— Andrew Cole (@vancole9) November 2, 2020

Although the clip was soon deleted, many took to social media to criticise its appearance in the first place – including former Man Utd star Andrew Cole.

Mark Ogden, one of the people caught on camera making fun of Kane, then tweeted out apologies and insisted he had the “utmost respect” for the England captain.

An inappropriate conversation with our producer was accidentally posted publicly for a short time before being taken down. Our comments were clearly disrespectful and regrettable. We have the utmost respect for @HKane, a consummate professional and role model to youngsters. (1/2)

— Mark Ogden (@MarkOgden_) November 2, 2020

We have contacted Tottenham Hotspur to sincerely apologise directly to @SpursOfficial and to Harry, in addition to the club’s supporters and to the ESPN FC audience. (2/2)

— Mark Ogden (@MarkOgden_) November 2, 2020