sport news England prop James Graham won't apologise for swearing

James Graham unapologetic after swearwords are heard on early-morning TV Graham says he was displaying 'real emotion' in rugby league World Cup final England were narrowly beaten by heavy favourites Australia in Brisbane

By Mike Keegan For Mailonline

Published: 14:46 GMT, 2 December 2017 | Updated: 14:46 GMT, 2 December 2017


England prop James Graham declined to say sorry after he appeared to be caught swearing on television. 

The former St Helens man, who plies his trade in Australia’s NRL, was heard mouthing what sounded like an obscenity at Kangaroos scrum half Cooper Cronk, which led to the BBC’s commentator Dave Woods issuing an apology. 

‘Loads of stuff gets said on the field,’ the Scouser said. ‘If you don’t like it, turn off the

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