Jack Grealish Deletes Old Tweet About Real Madrid After Manchester City’s Collapse

Jack Grealish

Things are just not going right for Manchester City and Pep Guardiola at present. The manager and his players were once again knocked out of the Champions League, despite being minutes away from a final. It was pure heartbreak for them and their fans, with players like Jack Grealish trying to do more in the match.

It was a performance that the team would have been proud of for most parts. However, the end result was not in their favour and they had to go home empty-handed. Keeping that in mind, some old Tweets and comments went viral on Social Media.

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One such Tweet involved former Aston Villa and currently Manchester City and England midfielder Jack Grealish. The 26-year-old attacking midfielder seemed to be a fan of Los Blancos. However, with the loss to them, it did not seem wise to keep that Tweet. However, the Twitteratti are always one step ahead and someone got a glimpse of it and shared it around.

Well, though Jack Grealish did manage to delete the Tweet, the damage had been done. Players or celebrities often try to minimize the damage and that could have been the reason he decided to remove it. However, it seems that the Tweet had already caught some fire. For a player who has been struggling at the Etihad so far, it was best to get rid of it, as soon as possible.

Keeping that in mind, Manchester City still has a league title to win. They need to focus on the matters on the pitch rather than the ones off of it. Jack Grealish and his teammates would have something more important to think of than a Tweet that is being circulated around, that was sent out back in 2014.

Well, whether he is able to recover or not on time to take his place in the starting eleven in the games to come, remains to be seen. For now, Jack Grealish will want to improve his form and fight for a place in the starting eleven. Something that manager Pep Guardiola would love to see. We wish him the best!!

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