Gary Lineker has had a cheeky dig at the BBC with his new profile picture on Twitter.
The former England footballer was reinstated as the host of Match of the Day earlier this week after being suspended for his social media activity.
The director general of the BBC, Tim Davie, issued an apology on Monday.
Everyone recognises this has been a difficult period for staff, contributors, presenters and, most importantly, our audiences,” Davie said.
“I apologise for this. The potential confusion caused by the grey areas of the BBC’s social media guidance that was introduced in 2020 is recognised. I want to get matters resolved and our sport content back on air.”
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But it seems like Lineker has had a cheeky go at the broadcaster with his updated Twitter profile picture containing a quote from 1984 author, George Orwell.
“If liberty means anything at all it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” The quote reads.
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