Andrea Radrizzani of Leeds United tweets a message to Tesla’s Elon Musk.
The owner of Leeds United, Andrea Radrizzani, has responded weirdly to Elon Musk on Thursday, November 10 following some huge developments at Elland Road.
This week, the Times reported that the San Francisco 49ers had begun saving enough to exercise their option to purchase the Whites outright before 2024.
To now, Radrizzani has not commented on the matter, although he was identified in the comments made by the controversial new Twitter owner when the topic turned to user complaints.
On his own Twitter account within the previous day, Radrizzani defended the new owner in an odd online debate.
True, he exclaimed.
After Musk tweeted, “I love when people complain about Twitter… on Twitter,” this is to be expected.
The fact that Radrizzani suddenly appeared and sent Musk a bizarre message encapsulates all there is to know about him.
He seems to have taken a totally unexpected turn, rather than addressing the takeover developments at Elland Road.
Supporters of Leeds United are used to the Italian’s sporadic social media rants, which often include some strange philosophical message about the team.
We last saw it when, despite good intentions, his strange celebration of Jesse Marsch after the victory against Liverpool was received with much derision.
Musk has made headlines with his new strategy at Twitter, which has resulted in a large exodus of personnel, something that supporters of Leeds football team have been demanding for quite some time.
We don’t anticipate Musk to begin responding and building a new connection with Radrizzani in light of the increasing American influence in West Yorkshire, but stranger things have occurred.
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