Mateusz Klich has responded to criticism of his performance from a Twitter user with a profane three-word response, much to the delight of Leeds United fans.
The Pole was replaced after the hour mark at Elland Road yesterday (April 2) by returning Kalvin Phillips as Los Blancos were tied at Southampton to draw 1-1.
Referee Anthony Taylor’s decision not to award a late penalty for an apparent foul on Joe Gelhardt prevented it from being a more positive result.
Another point and no new issues for Phillips or Captain Liam Cooper who started was a reasonable return but one person was particularly aggrieved by what they saw, not that Klich was in the mood to listen .
After a post on Twitter from an account with the username “BOB” complaining that the white man gave away possession and free kicks, he answered directly saying: “[Expletive] disabled. Bob.”
short and sweet
Judging by the fans queuing to praise the response in the following comments, it went pretty well with United’s backing.
The 31-year-old will have done a lot to endear himself to the white faithful in recent weeks with his social media outing, as well as his commitment to the cause in the relegation battle.
He was pulled out of the Wolves win with a suspected concussion and showed his battle scars on her instagram following the game.
The size of a golf ball on his cheek after the game led him to post a photo with the caption: “Anyone lost a Pro V1?” (talkSPORT).
The midfielder was in the thick of the scrum on the sidelines at the end of that game as the benches clashed despite his facial injury, according to Phil Hay in Athleticism.
He was typically combative in the draw this weekend and continued online this morning.
BOB might think twice before offering the United States man any unsolicited advice in the future, as he has certainly deteriorated in this encounter.
In other Leeds United news, Gary Lineker has been ridiculed by Alan Shearer and Micah Richards for his appeal over the late controversy against Southampton.