Football fans love a good moan on social media. Sometimes it can get out of hands and people that work within the game need to quickly learn how to deal with constant negativity regardless of their ability.
Example: Team Messi & Team Ronaldo.
There are the footballing personalities such as Harry Redknapp, Ronald Koeman and Carlo Ancelotti who are regulars on Twitter, and it’s great to see – even if some of ‘Arry’s tweets are sponsored.
And, up until last week, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho enjoyed the odd Instagram post.
In fact, Mourinho joined the social network shortly after taking the United job back in 2016 but fans noticed his account has been deleted at the weekend.
The public suspected that Mourinho deleted his account after receiving abuse from online trolls (another term used for bullies) following his side’s defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup final.
However, Mourinho’s entourage claimed that there was no correlation and that he actually deleted the account because he became “bored” of Instagram, according to Manchester Evening News.
Just as we were looking forward to those holiday uploads…