Manchester United captain Antonio Valencia has been pressured to apologise for liking an Instagram post calling for supervisor, Jose Mourinho to be sacked.
After Man.U drew with Valencia throughout their Champions League conflict on Tuesday evening, The Valencia fan account, teamvalencia25 describes watching United play below Mourinho as a type of ‘punishment’ earlier than suggesting that his place as supervisor has now grow to be untenable.
‘I am not even shocked concerning the consequence of this recreation. I all the time look ahead to out video games however just lately Mourinho has made watching us a punishment. One thing wants to change. It is time for Mourinho to go.’
The United skipper who many say his relationship with the Portuguese coach has allegedly collapsed appreciated the post.
On Wednesday morning, Valencia took to Twitter to say he appreciated the post with out studying the caption and in addition apologised for doing so.
‘Yesterday, I appreciated a post on Instagram with out studying the textual content that accompanied the image,’ he wrote.
‘These aren’t my views and I apologise for this. I’m totally supportive of the supervisor and my team-mates. We’re all giving our every part to enhance the outcomes.’
Yesterday, I appreciated a post on Instagram with out studying the textual content that accompanied the image. These aren’t my views and I apologise for this. I’m totally supportive of the supervisor and my teammates. We’re all giving our every part to enhance the outcomes. pic.twitter.com/bMEsrAwMkh
— Antonio Valencia (@anto_v25) October 3, 2018