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Greater Manchester Police Deny Trolling Manchester City Fans on Twitter

Greater Manchester Police Deny Trolling Manchester City Fans on Twitter

Greater Manchester Police have been forced to deny trolling Manchester City fans following misjudged tweet from their official Twitter account earlier today.

As you might be aware, the Sky Blues are often ridiculed by fans of other clubs for their disappointing crowds at their Etihad Stadium, particularly for home European matches.

And with the visit of Monaco in the last-16 of the Champions League just around the corner, GMP thought it wise to put out a nice and friendly warning about the potential delays, well ahead of Tuesday’s match:

Of course, it didn’t take supporters from other clubs to spot the message, and quickly take an opportunity to rub City’s nose in it:

It took a mere matter of minutes for the Police’s media team to spot the implication, and quickly put out another tweet desperately trying to dig their way out of a hole:

We’ll be watching closely to see just how full the Etihad is next week.

But will City progress?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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