Newcastle star Bruno Guimaraes has blasted a supporter account around ‘short, stupid memories’ following the club’s 1- defeat to Manchester City.
The Magpies have been outclassed by the Leading League champions at the Etihad on Saturday as Eddie Howe’s struggled to generate any distinct-reduce probabilities.
It led to preferred Newcastle Twitter account @NUFC360, which features around 141,000 followers, to pose a problem to the club’s fanbase.
Posting a picture of Bruno together with Dan Burn up, Miguel Almiron and Joelinton, the website page said: “Is it too early in the period to start off focusing blame onto individual players?
“Was there an overreaction to the decline to Guy City?”
Brazil international Bruno was still left seething by the remark, as he furiously strike again in a now-deleted tweet.
Bruno was fast to remind the account that Newcastle ended up in a relegation battle when he joined from Lyon for £30million.
And in just 18 months, Newcastle have secured a best four location to carry Champions League soccer again to St James’ Park for the initially time since 2003.
The 25-year-previous replied: “Is this serious?
“We are [playing] in Champions League football, we lost towards probably 1 of the very best teams in the environment and we have a massive gain [vs Aston Villa] and misplaced just one game!
“Support in the most effective instant is quick!
“Short, stupid memories you all have. Glimpse what we have carried out for the crew [in] this 1 calendar year and [a] fifty percent.”
Speedy to offer you their apologies to Bruno, the account in query responded: “We are with you Bruno Guimaraes.
“This article was a way to consider and concentration on the craziness of people attempting to find gamers to blame right after two game titles.
“I’m sorry if this was not expressed in that method. NUFC360 is guiding all of our gamers.”
Newcastle will be hunting to get back to winning ways on Sunday when they welcome Liverpool to Tyneside.
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