FANS of the Lionesses have been left fuming after a person who criticised girls’s soccer was given the possibility to look at the World Cup totally free.
Keanu Bruton wrote on Twitter earlier this week that “girls’s soccer is simply not superb.”
That message was picked up by England star Fara Williams and drinks big Coca-Cola, who supplied Keanu the possibility to fly out to France to look at Phil Neville’s aspect in motion.
On Twitter, the Studying star wrote: “Hey @KeanuBru, so that you assume girls’s soccer’s boring eh?
“Alright properly I need to show you improper! 😏
“I’ve teamed up with @CocaCola_GB so how about we fly you out to France this weekend to look at the ladies’s England v Scotland sport with us… You in?”
After some forwards and backwards, Keanu ultimately accepted the supply, replying: “OK, bought. Depend me in.”
However the publicity stunt backfired with followers of Williams and England girls criticising the transfer – particularly as many followers had been unable to make the journey throughout the Channel.
Hannah wrote: “As an enormous girls’s soccer fan who couldn’t afford to fly to Good, this hurts.”
Jason Moyles added: “I agree with all of the feedback on right here, it is a shame.
“There are literally thousands of real Lionesses and ladies’s soccer supporters who would like to be in France and also you give a free journey to somebody who embodies all of the negativity in the direction of girls’s soccer. Disgraceful.”
Antonia stated: “I would love to do that why does some plank get the possibility.”
Ruby Lott-Lavigna added the transfer is “a horrible concept”, whereas Alex Brown stated it was a “little bit of a punch within the intestine.”
The supply, which went out on Thursday night time, nonetheless seems to face.
Williams, who got here via the Chelsea academy and has performed for Everton, Liverpool, Arsenal and Studying, has extra caps than any England participant with 170.
Nonetheless, the 35-year-old was ignored of the ultimate 23 by Phil Neville.
The Lionesses face Scotland of their opening group sport on Sunday at 5pm.