Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The commentator had full radio broadcast, although not seen anything on the field because of the fog.

In 1940, to be held next Edinburgh derby between the football teams Haybernian and Hearts. Due to heavy fog BBC commentator Bob Kingsley with his point did not see players on the field and what is happening there, but was instructed to radio broadcasts in spite of everything - or listen for broadcast Germans were able to guess about the weather and seamlessly to bomb the city. Kingsley could be guided only by the noise of fans when scoring goals, but spent a full commentary throughout the match, inventing dangerous moments, saves and breaking the rules. The match was won 6-5 by Hearts.

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