Must all professional footballers have official Twitter accounts? If yes, how should they use it?
Fans engaged in an endless debate concerning Liverpool forward Sadio Mane, who has been reported to lack an official Twitter account. Unlike other players, Mane is not an active social media user and this has raised a lot of speculations.
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A section of fans made a joke of his inactiveness, stating that the Liverpool red-hot star does not know how to use social media while others defended him that he is busy on his charity projects and doesn’t need to tell everyone on social media;
— King Of East Africa (@Ugaman01) August 1, 2019
He has Astagram and Facebook and does not publish even publications as many as possible does not like social communication This is why I can not find the second interpretation🤷♀️ pic.twitter.com/8Y4K26LgXS
— @Leila🇸🇴-🇧🇪 (@Huda55910060) August 1, 2019
If you were a celebrity you would understand why most of us don’t use social media. Life is more meaningful if you live it privately without having to give accountability on these streets. Work in silence.
— Unruly K!NG 👑 (@roque5oroma) August 1, 2019
I think that’s personal 😂
— dijk 🇺🇬 (@mosaeed_LFC) August 1, 2019
He doesn’t know how to use it, but very active on Facebook
— Benard kavuma (@BenardKavuma) August 1, 2019
He doesn’t want. His on IG and I think that’s what he likes or prefers atm
— Edsz Ynwa Kisst (@Uti_sik) August 1, 2019
Its not significant to him. Even Messi doesn’t have one
— AMWINE HONEST (@honeamwine) August 1, 2019
not his official account
— Muntu Wa wansi (@muntu_wa_wansi) August 1, 2019
Several professional footballers like Cristiano Ronaldo, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexander Lacazette among others have official Twitter accounts and often use them to update their followers on their progress and developments.