Freddie Ljungberg swears live on 'Match of the Day 2' - video
He was part of the 2003-04 'Invincible' side, which won the title without a single league defeat, a topic of conversation that came up yesterday on Match of the Day 2
"Nobody really needed to prove to anyone else that 'I'm better or I can do this'," Ljungberg said of the historic side.
"If anyone wanted to score, you score. It was just great players. I had Lauren behind me, for example. If anyone kicked me, he'd kick the s**t out of them afterwards - excuse my language."
Host Colin Murray replied: "I will not only excuse it, but in Camera Four I will apologise for it!
"I hope that didn't offend anybody and we'll take it out of the iPlayer."
After several years struggling with injuries, Ljungberg retired from football last summer. We think he'll need to brush up on his self-censoring skills if a career in punditry is to beckon.