Omen’s are a menace to most players. One example is Gareth Bale’s long wait for a win in Tottenham Hotpsur colours, now the Welshman is regarded as one of the best players in the world after his £80m move to Real Madrid. On Tuesday’ despite getting a draw against Italian giants, the blunders kept on coming.
Criticism by the likes of former Manchester United duo Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes about the support the City fans showed on Tuesday night was just one blunder towards Manuel Pellegrini’s side. The tip of the iceberg came, not from one of Manchester City star studded players, but from the Social Media press officer.
Moments before kick off, Manchester City welcomed Roma on Twitter. They also mentioned that Francesco Totti has not scored in England during his illustrious career with the Stadio Olympico outfit. Just under a quarter of an hour of the match gone, and the employee at Man City was left red faced after the 38-year-old netted the equaliser after Sergio Aguero put the hosts in front from the penalty spot.
For all at Manchester City, that’s just hope that a Tweet saying ‘we are Premier League champions once again’ doesn’t show on their computer screens…
— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) September 30, 2014