Jeremy Clarkson has responded to Kaleb Cooper after the latter gushed about attending his first Premier League match with his boss. The pair were both in attendance at Old Trafford to watch Chelsea face Manchester United away.
On Wednesday evening (December 6), Jeremy, 63, was joined by his son Finlo, 26, and 25-year-old Kaleb to watch the Blues’ 2-1 defeat to United. Prior to the game, The Clarkson’s Farm duo were seen chatting with presenters and also helping to prepare the pitch.
Despite Cole Palmer equalising in the 45th minute, a brace from Scott McTominay eventually sealed a win for the Red Devils. However, this is a result that the former Top Gear presenter and lifelong Chelsea fan was very unhappy with.
Following the game, Kaleb took to Instagram and wrote: “My first ever live football game… Come on United.” In the comments section of the post – shared with the Amazon Prime star’s 2.1 million followers – the 63-year-old had his say on the game. Jeremy furiously wrote: “It was s***”.
Fans have since come out in their droves to respond to the ex-Grand Tour host’s sentiments. One social media user quipped: “By ‘it’ you mean Chelsea.”
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A second said: “Tell me about it,” followed by three sleeping face emojis.
Another commented: “Only if you’re a mardy Blue.”
Farmer’s Weekly has also responded to the father-of-three’s comment, writing: “You can come again Jeremy, lucky charm.”
A fourth Instagram user said: “So is no more Grand Tour so I guess we both have something to complain about.”
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Jeremy has recently discussed attending Chelsea matches with Finlo, and said that walking to Stamford Bridge often leaves him “coughing up his spleen”.
In last weekend’s column for The Sunday Times, Jeremy revealed he can’t keep up with his youthful son.
The ex-BBC star wrote: “When I go with my son to Stamford Bridge, he pootles along at what people call ‘walking pace’ and to keep up I have to unleash my inner Bannister.
“Which means that for the first half of the match I can’t concentrate on the football because I’m too busy coughing up my spleen and trying to get my breath back,” he added.
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