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Gaelic football or gay football?
We swear technology has a sense of humour – during a televised broadcast of Gaelic Athletics Association (GAA) football match commentator Pat Spillane spoke the words “faith in Gaelic football” which was mistakenly subtitled as “faith in gay football.”
Twitter user Richard Cantwell noticed the subtitle and snapped a pic and posted it on line which went viral instantly with the comments “Classic lolz” and “Ireland needs gay football” coming from other tweeters.
Pat Spillane has his faith redeemed. Thank you, RTE subtitling person. http://t.co/gsc7NVhOIR
— Richard Cantwell (@ManAboutCouch) September 1, 2013