Here David will be presenting reversals on sporting figures and coaches.
This first reversal is from a coach talking about a player who has received flak from the press. The reversal says: “None the less buddy. Give on it.” This appears to be directed towards the player – despite the flak he still has to perform. Of interest is the word buddy. This is the first time it has ever been documented in reverse and it is presumed that it is a term predominate in sports.
The second track is from the owner of a team referring to the the departure of their coach. It is presented in friendly terms but the reversals implies conflict and firing. The first reversal says, “Scoffed. You will end that.” The second reversal says, “Warn. You listened.”