Football Italian 1 / 26 After a long night at work, a late-night Twitter storm in which fans reacted to a number of the Italian team’s defeats is the kind of thing that can be easily avoided by keeping a strict eye on the news.
However, there is a danger in a Twitter storm when it hits at the same time as the players are in the locker room.
For example, after Juventus won 3-0 at Sampdoria on Wednesday, the Twitter storm started to rage in Italy with fans attacking the team’s coach, Paolo Di Canio, with tweets such as “Don’t believe the media!
He’s in charge of the team!”
The team lost 2-1 to Sampdori.
“It’s a dangerous situation for us, but it’s not an excuse,” Di Canios admitted.
“The problem is that people have to be alert and make their own choices.”
It can be difficult for the media to cover a game, especially after the game is over.
However, a team can take advantage of the social media storm and give the impression that they have lost.
The team could take the initiative to ask fans to leave a message in support of the coach, which could be enough to calm the fans down.
But there is also a risk when a team loses a game in the last minute, as was the case on Wednesday.
“We had the opportunity to win the game and have been talking about it since the end of the game,” said Alessandro Diamanti.
“However, if we lose, we have to start from the beginning, not only from the points.”