There have been an ongoing reactions on Twitter after the owner of an English Premier League club wrote a message to fans immediately after their match.
Tony Khan, owner of Fulham FC took to his Twitter page to write an apology letter to all the fans of the club because of their poor start in the EPL.
They have just had a return to the prestigious English Premier League from the championship but it was not looking good at all for them.
So far they have played three games and they lost all the three.
The match on Monday ended 3-0 in favour of Aston Villa and the owner has to come out practically begging fans.
He however promised to buy more players for the team and also promised better performance from the team going forward.
Check his message below on Twitter;
“I apologize to @FulhamFC supporters for our performance tonight. We’ve looked to add centre-backs since Wembley, I’m sorry we haven’t yet as 2 got COVID + we lost a Free we thought was close + had another issue with a 4th CB. I promise players in + better efforts from this squad.’
“I should + will apologize repeatedly for that performance. I’m sorry everybody. We all need to do a better job. Everyone at the club for the past year worked really hard to get the team up, & now we need to work significantly harder to stay up. I promise better efforts than today.”
His message has sparked a lot of reactions as many people are use the opportunity to say their mind.
Check screenshot of some of the reactions below: