Hmm, not sure I’d rely on a “word cloud” as a valuable research tool. What kind of a methodology is that? It only took me two minutes reading the transcript of the first half of the interview to find various instances to “sorry” “apologise” “my fault” etc. Various examples below:
I see the anger in people, betrayal, it’s all there. People who believed in me and supported me and they have every right to feel betrayed and it’s my fault and I’ll spend the rest of my life trying to earn back trust and apologise to people.
Emma O’Reilly is one of these people I have to apologise to. We ran over her, we bullied her.
I will start my answer by saying that this is too late. It’s too late for probably most people, and that’s my fault.
All the fault and all the blame here falls on me
I didn’t try to stop the culture, and that’s my mistake, and that’s what I have to be sorry for, and that’s what something and the sport is now paying the price because of that. So I am sorry for that.