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GMB viewers 'switch off' and issue same complaint minutes into programme

The start of the Monday's episode of Good Morning Britain set off a wave of criticism from the programme's viewers before it had even started. Hosts, Susanna Reid and Ed Balls opened the show by sharing the day's agenda which included an extensive coverage of Sunday night's football match where England emerged as victors against Slovakia.

Fans of the show took to Twitter, once known as X, to voice their disappointments. One fan tweeted: "I don't know if it's me, but I just can't watch GMB when they TRY to talk about football.

Susanna 'I should be on football focus' Reid and the rest of them. Awful.If I need my Sports fix, it's either BBC or SKY." Yet another shared similar sentiments adding: "No worries BBC BREAKFAST it is for me then since it's ME ME ME REID ON WITH ED BALLS." Accompanied with a GIF of a person switching off their TV set, one viewer sighed out loud: "@edballs and #gmb talking about football! No thanks!" while another highlighter: "#GMB Reid and Balls are both babbling nonsense this morning," reports the Express.

A fifth viewer chimed in: "We the majority of viewers are sick to death of all the sport on TV, England OK but all this other stuff horse racing, tennis, rugby just put it on ITV2, or 4, where it belongs." On a different note, a sixth fan stood up for the programme asserting,"You could always turn it off or turn it over." Amidst the swirling controversy, sports reporter Nick Dixon joined the hosts via video link to discuss the reel of England's triumphant victory against Slovakia. He shared: "A lot of England fans might have just double-checked that score this morning and are perhaps feeling relieved more than anything, because with 84 seconds to go in that match, it was all over for them.

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