Touché to the Cliché (sic)

“Our search for a successor will focus on finding a digital-first, disruptive and innovative leader who can build on Dana’s legacy and mobilise breakthrough marketing in a rapidly changing global consumer landscape.”

John …
… is impressed. Ten cliche’s in a single sentence. Is that a record?

Not a record, not even a CD, just improper apostrophe usage.

Dare I say touché .. or is that a cliché? (Resisting the temptation to fix the error and dlete the other chap’s comment.)

These chaps seem to think so.

There’s also this.