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Southampton fans are livid after tweet about recent club updates and future events

Southampton fans have taken to Twitter to express their anger and frustration at a recent Twitter post from the club’s official account.

The tweet takes supporters to a ‘Monday Briefing‘ article, in which the club attempts to sell tickets to the Christmas event and home fixtures against Watford and Norwich – fans will also see an image with scarves reading ‘We March On’ as the first thing that appears on the page.

While this is merely just a standard club update that many football teams do, the timing is all wrong from Southampton.

After watching their side recently lose 9-0 at St Mary’s, and slip to within just a point of 20th-place Norwich, the south coast side should probably avoid trying to ram more purchasable goods and empty motivational shouts such as ‘We March On’ down the fans’ throats.

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One supporter said that perhaps the fans could instead go and watch the Board of Directors be shown a PowerPoint presentation on “management responsibility and collective working”.

Another fan said that they’re not sure if this is what supporters want to be seeing right now.

Let’s take a look at some more of the Twitter reaction…

Article title: Southampton fans are livid after tweet about recent club updates and future events

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