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Diego Poyet Finds Out That Twitter Is Not His Friend

Twitter must be the curse of managers up and down the country when players decide to share their views and opinions to the world, often forgetting that they are broadcasting to not only their followers but the audience gained when a tweet is re-tweeted and then picked up by news agencies, unless of course you are @JoeyBarton7 they this is the sort of thing you live for!.

The latest mishap on the social media platform that has come to light comes from Deigo Poyet (@diegopoyet7) the son of Sunderland manager Gus Poyet.

The 19 year old has just joined West Ham United on a four year deal and it was discovered on his Twitter time line that when Brighton (who were managed by his father at the time) had a match against West Ham he tweeted: “We hate West Ham #scum”.

Not only that but he will soon be training with Andy Carroll, a player he decided to tweet his opinions about when he was a impressionable 16 year old!

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Diego has since realised the error of his ways, and we are sure he will be more careful in the future!

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We can only hope that he is not transferred to Manchester United in the foreseeable future…….

About Mick Bates

Mick is a passionate fan of Coventry City and has watched from the sidelines (and had the privilege of seeing the inner workings during an exciting 2 years in corporate sales there) to see the once mighty Sky Blues fall from the Premier League, then fail to sparkle in the Championships and now just about surviving in Npower League One As well as supporting the Sky Blues, Mick appreciates all levels of football and keeps an eye on all the leagues and regularly enjoys a flutter looking for that elusive treble! You can follow him on Twitter under the username @MichaelBates72 where you can give feedback/stick for his weekly suggestions for his “Sing When You’re Winning” column.

One comment

  1. He has also tweeted horrid things about Stewart Downing in the past.

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