Stoke City Fans Brutally Troll Their Own Club’s Twitter Account After Announcement

Stoke City Fans Brutally Troll Their Own Club’s Twitter Account After Announcement

Stoke City announced that they’d completed their first signing of the January transfer window this afternoon – only for the news on Twitter to be torn to shreds on their own account.

The club are without a manager at the moment, following the departure of Mark Hughes last week, after a run of just five wins in the Premier League this season.

The Potters are currently languishing in the Premier League’s relegation zone and have been linked with Martin O’Neill and Gary Rowett, so when they teased a big announcement on their Twitter account at 3.30pm, everybody assumed we were about to find out the new gaffer’s identity.

However, it turned out the news was the capture of Austrian international defender Moritz Bauer from Russian side Rubin Kazan – and to say supporters weren’t happy was a massive understatement:

Well done to the club’s media team. Nicely played.

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