BARNSLEY had their Twitter account re-activated – just hours before their big FA Cup clash against Chelsea. The Championship side posted on their club website this morning the disappointing news that their account had been suspended. #freebarnsley — Ryan Ibbeson (@ibbobfcryan) February 10, 2021 It read: “Due to a copyright claim dated 2018, the official Barnsley Football Club Twitter account (@BarnsleyFC) has been temporarily suspended. “Until such a time as this matter is resolved, Twitter users are advised to follow @1887BarnsleyFC. “You can also stay up to date with the Reds via our Instagram and Facebook accounts. “We hope this matter draws to a conclusion in good time, and will update fans accordingly.” Rival football fans then trolled the Yorkshire side, many using laughing tears emojis on the social media site. Paul Berry wondered whether “Twitter got Barnsley and Donald Trump mixed up.” Barnsley fans were understandably furious, with some adding the hash-tag ‘free Barnsley’ to their Twitter handles. And Harvey Lewis posted that it was ‘not the magic of the cup’ for this to happen. But just after mid-day their protests looked like they have worked as the club revealed they were back online. Has Twitter got Barnsley and… Read full this story
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