The day after a performance which left everyone demoralised and it seems the PR blunders at Villa keep rolling in.
I love twitter, it gives you access to information and people that was never possible before. In those 140 words you can converse as I have done with sports stars, writers, broadcasters, politicians, radio hosts etc. The world is limitless with twitter. The fact Cuellar uses the medium to it’s best is very exciting to read what a player thinks and says and he is still on twitter.
However it has come to light today that Barry Bannan and Marc Albrighton have both deleted their accounts. After the N’Zogbia affair then have villa forced these two to delete their accounts ? I never saw anything from either of them that could harm the club. Bannan occasionally got into spats with rangers fans but both ne and Marc used the accounts in the best possible way.
I call it a PR blunder because at these times you need good PR and twitter provided that. I can not find any more that have deleted the accounts but it just looks bad.
Almost as bad as some of the Mcleish comments I have read this morning. Talking of bad PR and the way he has come across is awful and defeatist. Whatever you may think of MON he was never a defeatist unlike the two that followed. He always made sure the club and team had the best chance of beating anyone (Moscow aside). No fan wants to hear from a manager he thought he had no chance, that kind of comment should see him go.