& # 39; It's a damn joke … you're s *** fans … f *** yourself & # 39 ;: West Bromwich Albion striker Charlie Austin goes on x-rated Twitter anger while he fan of calling his old club Southampton a & # 39; brutal c *** & # 39; for removing his tweets
- West Brom attacker Charlie Austin used foul language when answering two fans
- The West Brom striker tweeted initially about the downsides of social media
- But some Southampton fans responded to his comments with criticism of him
- ] En Austin did not stop in his assessment of Southampton supporters
West Brom striker Charlie Austin has performed a mean Twitter mess – a Southampton fan called a brutal c *** and accused the Saints collective of being s *** fans after tweeting about the negative effects of social media.
The former Southampton striker later deleted his tweets after his x-rated comments on Twitter, but only after he had seriously criticized Premier League fans.
The Baggies striker, who moved from Southampton to the club in the summer for a two-year deal, was an unused replacement in the 2-2 draw of West Brom with Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
But quote tweets from a message about social media becoming an ever-increasing curse, Austin tweeted itself: & # 39; Couldn't agree, it's a joke ******, gives people and businesses a platform to say what they like without any regrets … think before you speak / tweet / post & # 39 ;.
Some fans took shamelessness with what Austin had tweeted, with a Southampton fan answering Austin: & # 39; Difficult to find a striker who couldn't walk for five minutes without puffing and chuffing Chaz!
& # 39; Big mouth for a man accelerating slower than a 50-ton truck on an icy slope. Blame the club for paying your wages and supporting your children instead of yourself. WHAT A ROLE MODEL & # 39; – followed by a smiling emoji and a & # 39; middle finger & # 39; hand sign.
Austin replied to the fan's tweet with the same contempt and stated: Oh Oh they supported my non children, you cheeky c ***, I support my family, so relax your comments about them! Shoot them at me, but not at them !! I'm all for fan / player banter but your fan base is s *** & # 39 ;.
Similar sentiments were then handed out by the 30-year-old when another Saints fanatic tweeted his original message with the words: & # 39; I didn't think you had insulted our entire fan base and club, but chazza # Saintsfc & # 39 ;.
The attacker showed no signs of stopping, responded to the message by saying: & # 39; You are damn fans, you don't sing to get behind the team, only when they score, never when they need a boost. & # 39;
Austin has previously publicly announced beating others after his sensational outburst after Southampton's 1-1 draw with Watford in November 2018, when his goal was erroneously excluded due to offside.
Maya Yoshida was sidelined by referee Simon Hooper, who did not see the ball hit Austin twice.
The 29-year-old smoked at that time and said: & # 39; It's ridiculous. We scored a perfectly good goal that was excluded from offside.
& # 39; The officials have cost us two points. They said it was offside, that's a joke.
& # 39; Of course there are many positive points, we worked hard, we would have earned three points and we would have received that if we had not been abandoned by the official.
& # 39; We were not defeated, but we should have got away with three points that entered the international break.
& # 39; The execution was there, we can take that away and we have to manage the game. I am angry what it is, we should have won 2-0. & # 39;
& # 39; We have not seen anything because of the cold! & # 39; Allan Saint-Maximin extends pleasure to the Newcastle fan, who has reportedly received a lifelong ban on exposing himself to wild parties
- The fan carried a & # 39; helicopter & # 39; out with his penis during the Newcastle FA Cup win
- The supporter celebrated the amazing extra time winner of Allan Saint-Maximin
- Reports on Twitter suggest that the fan has received a lifelong ban from all clubs
- Saint-Maximin said the ban is confused & # 39; and praised the excited fan
Allan Saint-Maximin had fun with Newcastle fan who allegedly received a lifelong ban on exposing himself while celebrating the Frenchman winner against Oxford United.
The excited supporter closed his pants, pulled out his penis and gestured with it while Saint-Maximin raced to celebrate with the fans on Tuesday.
Unconfirmed reports on Twitter suggest that the perpetrator has now received a lifelong ban from all clubs for the shameful act.
Saint-Maximin replied to one of the messages with his distinctive humor: & # 39; That's messed up because we didn't do it see something because of the cold night (hopefully) #WeWillRememberYouPenicopter . & # 39;
Newcastle United said earlier that they would help the police identify with the & # 39; windmill & # 39; which was broadcast live on TV.
Some fans thought the celebration was funny, mainly because it coincided with a pitch-side advertisement that popped up for Viagra.
But others on social media said that children could have seen it.
The 22-year-old celebrates ensuring the progress of Newcastle to the fifth round of the FA Cup
After the game, Saint-Maximin & I tweeted after seeing the helicopter celebration & # 39; and a GIF from a man who blinked in surprise.
The Premier League team won 2-0, but was pinned back by the side of EFL League One, who scored twice late to force extra time.
But the late winner of Saint-Maximin started a trip to the Hawthorns where Newcastle will face West Brom next month in their first FA Cup fifth round collision in 14 years.
Bournemouth fan, 17, banned from attending football matches for three years after declaring guilty of reciting racist abuse during Tottenham clash
A 17-year-old Bournemouth supporter has been suspended for three years for attending football matches after he was found guilty of chanting racist abuse. November at Highbury Corner Magistrates & # 39; Court on Wednesday.
In connection with his injunction, he was also sentenced to pay a fine of £ 55 and £ 21.
Inspector Matt Ashmead, of the Public Order Investigation Team van Met, said: & We take all reports of racism very seriously and, as this case shows, we will take vigorous action against those who have committed such crimes during football matches.
& # 39; The vast majority of fans adhere to the law and neither they nor the players must listen to any form of abuse.
& # 39; We strive to work closely with clubs to identify anyone who acts against the law and would ask anyone who sees or hears this kind of behavior to come to stewards or police. & # 39;