Robbie Savage attacks Match of the Day commentator during TV interview for BBC

02 October 2009 02:37
Robbie Savage has attacked a BBC presenter after objecting to questions during a TV interview.[LNB]Savage, 34, was being interviewed by Match of the Day commentator Ian Gwyn Hughes when he suddenly pounced.[LNB]But the cameras were still rolling and former Blackburn and Wales star Savage was captured on top of Hughes.[LNB] Bad boy: Robbie Savage (right) in action for Derby County[LNB]Savage jabbed and prodded BBC Wales football editor Hughes, repeatedly asking him: 'Who's the best player?'  And he only let go when the commentator meekly answered, 'You are Sav'.[LNB]The veteran broadcaster had been quizzing Savage about his fall-out with Wales manager John Toshack.[LNB]Hughes said: 'He wasn't happy because I said he threw his toys out of the pram over Toshack.'[LNB]Derby County midfielder Savage was later seen shaking hands with Hughes and smiling after the incident, which the BBC have dismissed as a joke.[LNB]Savage was once suspended from playing for Wales after throwing a shirt from Italy captain Paolo Maldini into a rubbish bin.[LNB]He was also fined £10,000 for using a referee's toilet ahead of a Premier League match when playing for Leicester.[LNB] Robbie Savage and his agent on FA charge over Blackburn and Derby dealsTHE MIDLANDER: Pantomime villain Savage could be the answer to Derby's problemsSavage attack on Wales bossBLACKBURN ROVERS FC

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