The best responses to the #askCarrick hashtag on Twitter today 7 years ago

The best responses to the #askCarrick hashtag on Twitter today

When will those responsible for these footballing Twitter Q and A sessions learn that they never end well?

Despite the fact that they end up becoming a merciless p*ss-taking session in the vast majority of cases, footballers continue to persist with question and answer sessions under a particular hashtag, although it must be said that it is usually not their choice and is normally the idea of the club they play for or a particular brand or company looking for promotion.

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Today, the Manchester United Twitter account informed their followers that they were looking for questions for the England midfielder for the official match programme, United Review, and while they probably got enough of the type of safe and run of the mill queries they were looking for, the majority of respondents used it as an ample opportunity to have a laugh.

Tom Cleverley, look away now.

 

 

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