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O'Driscoll angered by BT Sport angle
ESPN Staff
February 5, 2014
Brian O'Driscoll wrapped up against the cold and the wet, Carlton House, Dublin, January 29, 2014
All water under the bridge for Brian O'Driscoll © PA Photos

Brian O'Driscoll has been keen to avoid rekindling discussion about his Lions dropping by Warren Gatland ahead of this weekend's Ireland-Wales clash but the same cannot be said for much of the media.

As part of his media duties in the build-up, O'Driscoll was interviewed by Craig Doyle and BT Sport who promptly published a teaser of the chat, which will be shown later today, titled: "Brian O'Driscoll on Lions omission".

O'Driscoll was unamused, replying to both BT Sport and Craig Doyle: "Thanks for that. One question in an interview & you put it in the headline. Typical … unbelievably annoying headline. So annoyed with it. Who cares any more."

The video was quickly taken down.

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