Laura Woods Hits Back At Troll With Perfect Response


Laura Woods is no stranger to trolls on the internet and the radio presenter had the perfect response to someone’s comments to her about Wycombe Wanderers striker Adebayo Akinfenwa.

Woods is one of the best sports presenters on television on radio, whether she’s covering football, darts, boxing or anything else that comes her way.

This week she was bizarrely accused of doing drugs live on talkSPORT, during her show that is available as a live video on the channels website.

The 34-year-old took to social media to call those who were accusing her ‘donuts,’ but it’s never a dull day on Twitter for Woods and even that denial saw another troll crop up.

One followed asked her if she was in a physical relationship with Wycombe striker Akinfenwa, in a slightly more vulgar way, and Woods had the perfect response.

The Sky Sports presenter is used to shutting people down for saying stupid things, whether it’s on social media or live whilst she’s presenting.

Just last month the Arsenal fan jumped to the defence of her team when there was a discussion about the Gunners celebrating ‘like they’d won the Premier League’ after defeating Aston Villa.

Mikel Arteta’s team had been criticised by former Villa star Gabriel Agbonlahor on talkSPORT, and Woods was on point in arguing against the criticism.

“If you’re not allowed to celebrate your wins, however big or small they are, what’s the point of going to football?” the presenter said.

“If you’re not allowed to celebrate a goal in a game you might lose just in case you lose it, if you’re not allowed to celebrate a win in a season you’re going for top four, should we just wait until the end of the 38 game season and celebrate where we are in the league? It doesn’t really work like that.”

The presenter then played an absolute blinder as she played a clip of Agbonlahor talking just a couple of months prior to the Arsenal win.

In it the former forward claimed that the scenes at the end of Villa’s first win under Steven Gerrard was exactly what fans wanted to see.

“That’s what fans want to see isn’t it Gabby? People celebrating anything in the league. It doesn’t matter if you’ve just won the league or you’ve just won a single game. Fans want to see celebrations,” she said whilst smiling to herself on air.

“Well done Gabby Agbonlahor for undoing your own argument before you’d even made it!”

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