Why does the club’s official Twitter account Tweet out a full-time graphic at the end of every match, regardless of the result or the peril that the team is in?
You’d think that common sense would prevail in the case of results like last Wednesday night’s and the media team would think, do the fans really need a patronising reminder of the score?
Granted, some supporters might rely on the account for updates from the match and they have to keep them informed, but there’s plenty of other places to get the score.
Yes, by all means, milk the hell out of a positive result on the platforms, though the negative ones don’t need to be pushed out, especially in the midst of a relegation battle.
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— 77SPB (@Butts1977) January 22, 2020
— Burt. (@BurtieByrne) January 22, 2020
Acting like they didn’t already have the points wrapped up before kick off
— Callum Rudd (@callum_rudd1999) January 22, 2020
You say it as if we had any chance of getting points…? #GSBOUT
— Jack⚒ (@Jackbailey27) January 22, 2020
Great tweet that ….. should said bad performance from us sorry to the travelling fans and thanks for your support
— Bry ⚒ (@bryrev79) January 22, 2020
Thanks for that 😡
— costahammer (@costahammer) January 22, 2020
— Ben Platten. (@BenPlatten10) January 22, 2020
— Alex (Italian football expert) 🏴🇮🇹 (@DoMooreForBobby) January 22, 2020
Stop tweeting !
— Aslan ⚒ (@Neoaves__) January 22, 2020
Thank you for the confirmation.
— Green St. Hammers (@GreenStHammers) January 22, 2020