Yes, it should in my opinion. This is a direct quote from someone speaking. Native speakers of English make mistakes when speaking. Additionally, the speaker, Mandla Mandela, is from South Africa. English is one of several official languages of South Africa. I'm not sure if English is his first language, but he does have a strong accent which makes transcription errors a possibility or it could be something common to speakers of South African English.Thank you so much gentlemen. Here I found a piece of news from BBC. bbc.co.uk/news/10225773
"....It would be really a challenge to take him [Nelson Mandela] out in a cold winter day to go and watch a game of football," he said."
Should it be on here?
It's difficult when someone says 'Of course, we wouldn't do X', when one believes we would do X.[...]
Of course, we wouldn't say summer's in prose.