The Chase fans left pulling their hair out as they notice Bradley Walsh’s ‘patronising’ new catchphrase

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THE Chase fans have been left pulling their hair out after they observed Bradley Walsh’s “patronising” new catchphrase.

The 61-year-old has hosted the ITV quiz present as a results of it started in 2009, nevertheless, viewers have not too approach again observed a phrase he retains repeating to contestants.

Bradley Walsh has irritated The Chase viewers with a ‘patronising’ new catchphraseCredit: ITV
Bradley told contestant Rachel she was a 'better player than that' after her cash builder
Bradley instructed contestant Rachel she was a ‘higher participant than that’ after her money builderCredit: ITV

During Monday’s mannequin of The Chase, Bradley was joined by Gary, Rachel, Christine and Connor as they took on Anne ‘The Governess’ Hegerty.

Rachel was the second participant and struggled by way of her Cash Builder, so Bradley did his most attention-grabbing to provide some encouragement ahead of taking over Anne.

He talked about: “I think about you’re the next participant than that.”

However, some viewers weren’t a fan of his remark, with one writing on Twitter: “When Brad says ‘I think you’re better than that,’ what exactly is he basing that on?!”

Another added: “Brad always thinks ‘they’re better than that’.”

A 3rd tweeted: “‘I think you’re a better player than that’ = that was a c**p performance and if you had half a brain you would be a better player than that.”

Meanwhile a fourth shared: “I think you’re better than that! Brad needs a new slogan!” 

However, Bradley’s phrases did not assist Rachel as she was furthermore caught by Anne.

It meant Gary and Connor had been the one avid avid gamers to make it by way of to the Final Chase and answered a strong 17 questions.

But sadly, Anne was on good kind and nonetheless managed to catch them, sending them residence with nothing.

Rachel didn't manage to make it back to her seat for the Final Chase
Rachel did not cope with to make it as soon as extra to her seat for the Final ChaseCredit: ITV

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV.

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