David Moyes is not having a great week.
Yesterday the Sunderland manager - currently planted at the bottom of the Premier League table - was forced to issue a groveling statement after footage emerged of him threating BBC reporter Vicki Sparks saying: "You still might get a slap even though you're a woman. Careful the next time you come in."
And now, the former Manchester United manager is facing fresh allegations from a television presenter that he has made "multiple off-camera remarks" at female reporters.
Alison Bender, a football host and presenter on ESPN, tweeted yesterday afternoon that this wasn't Moyes' first misdemeanor.
"These are not the first off camera remarks I've heard from him aimed at a woman so it makes my opinion a little different," she said.
But in an attempt to give a level perspective she also commented that, "This Moyes things is such a tricky one to comment on. I think we need to take a certain amount in jest/heat of moment."
A BBC spokesperson has since said that, "Mr Moyes has apologised to our reporter and she has accepted his apology."
But according to The Independent; "The Football Association has since confirmed that it is "seeking observations" from Sunderland regarding Moyes' comments."