Chris Kamara made classic gaffe during Chelsea v West Brom

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One of the reasons we all enjoy watching Soccer Saturday is because of Chris Kamara.

The loveable retired midfielder guarantees entertainment and has made the words ‘unbelievable Jeff’ a popular catchphrase.

He’s not the most polished pundit in the business but that’s why everyone loves him - and earlier this week, during Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with West Brom, Kammy produced another classic gaffe. (Scroll down this page to see the video).


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“What’s going on?” Kammy asked as Chelsea players began to surround the referee following a counter-attack. “They’re all going crazy!”

Kammy then realises that the reason Chelsea players were angered was because the referee had blown his whistle to bring an end to the first half.

Video: Kammy's latest gaffe

Realising his mistake, Kammy turned to the camera and smile before saying: “Oh not, he’s blown the whistle for half-time, that’s what it is!”

Needless to say, this brought much amusement to Jeff Sterling, his colleagues and all those watching at home on television.

Here are some more classic Kammy moments

Below are some other class Chris Kamara moments - we hope you enjoy them!

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