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Clarke said: "If someone overstepped the mark in the last series, it was me.
A BBC spokeswoman said: "We do feel that the programme overstepped the mark.
FORMER Australia skipper Steve Waugh was renowned for his tough approach to cricket, but he believes shamed India spinner Harbhajan Singh has well and truly overstepped the mark.
The slurred criticism directed at Katherine Jenkins was also uncalled for and overstepped the mark.
The Sheffield United manager overstepped the mark when he called his goalkeeper Paddy Kenny 'thick' and in the aftermath of getting his eyebrow chewed off outside a curry house, warning him never to set foot in that evil town again.
Our view is that individuals within those clubs may have overstepped the mark, and we will leave it to their clubs to deal with.
Caroline Tellwright says McCain overstepped the mark with his comments I KNOW Ginger McCain is a very knowledgeable person, but I think he really has overstepped the mark with his comment that horses do not win the Grand National ridden by women.
The Turkey and Aston Villa defender overstepped the mark in his verbal assault on David Beckham.
I FEEL Teesside Tommy has really overstepped the mark this time.
Everybody is entitled to their opinions but these people have overstepped the mark by a long way," said the Cardinal Wiseman School pupil.
When asked by RTE Radio 1 yesterday if he had overstepped the mark, Mr McGuinness replied: "No, I don't believe that's the case, neither is it overpoliticising.
He further said he lived under escort, and added that the supporters have overstepped the mark.