The Newcastle United homeowners ended up in a little bit of a Twitter row / mess on Saturday night time.
Many followers not pleased with what Jamie Reuben and Mehrdad Ghodoussi got here out with on social media.
Following the 4-1 thrashing of Chelsea, the Newcastle United homeowners criticising the followers for a scarcity of assist to the group, or not less than that was what number of supporters noticed these feedback…
Mehrdad Ghodoussi on Twitter after the 4-1 win over Chelsea – 25 November 2023:
“What a group.
“NUFC we have to give these guys extra assist within the stadium, we should be louder, we should be the twelfth man.”
Jamie Reuben then replying to the Mehrdad Ghodoussi Tweet – 25 November 2023:
“What a group and sure we have to match the depth of the gamers with our assist.”
Now on Tuesday forward of the PSG match, one of many Newcastle United homeowners has appeared to calm any tensions that will have arisen from the post-match feedback on Saturday.
Mehrdad Ghodoussi following up on Twitter – 28 November 2023:
“Usually, our intentions and phrases don’t align completely.
“I consider most of you understand how deeply I’m dedicated to this membership; my coronary heart beats in black and white, and my love for the membership and all of you is unwavering.
“Let’s hold our fingers crossed for tonight, we stand united.
“Right here’s to us and our journey collectively.
“Howay the Lads.”
My viewpoint is that this simply merely sums up why the Newcastle United homeowners ought to NOT be on social media, I don’t suppose it helps anyone.
In case you want any proof as to why that is the case, Mehrdad Ghodoussi really spells it out himself right now… ‘Usually, our intentions and phrases don’t align completely.’
Principally, Amanda Staveley’s husband admitting that within the spur of the second, what he put out on Twitter on Saturday got here out improper.
That to me completely sums up Twitter and social media basically.
It’s far too simple and fast, for any individual when drained and/or emotional to publish one thing on social media that they later remorse.
There’s a cause why just about no different homeowners of Premier League golf equipment are on Twitter, placing out post-match messages and different stuff typically.
It ALWAYS ends in tears.
If the Newcastle United homeowners do need to put out messages to followers, do it correctly.
Put out correctly thought of stuff through the membership’s official on-line presence, speak at size about no matter.
This spur of the second Tweeting from the Newcastle United homeowners must go within the bin, it helps no person.