Tottenham goalkeeper, Joe Hart has come out to say sorry for his celebratory “Job Done” message after Spurs got knocked out of the Europa League. The now-deleted message appeared on Hart’s Instagram page briefly after the match, and the football world has been reacting.
According to him, as crazy as it sounds, someone on his social team thought Tottenham won the game, hence the message, so he is indeed sorry.
He added that it was a simple typo that could’ve been avoided, but it did not come from him.
His words, “I feel I need to come on and make an apology on behalf of my social media team. I’ve just woken up, but it has just been brought to my attention that someone thought we had won 3-0 last night. Sloppy as it sounds, it’s the truth.”
“They posted ‘Job Done’. It’s unacceptable, I’m sure a lot of people are unhappy and I’m sorry for that. It has obviously not come from me, I’ve got nothing but love for the team and I’m just as down as the boys are, so apologies.”
“Unfortunately stuff like this happens, just know that it didn’t come from any place other than a typo.”
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