Some Blackburn Rovers fans have flocked to a tweet that was recently posted by Bradley Dack to share praise for the club’s 26-year-old attacking midfielder following his success in a recent game of FIFA.
Dack, who is representing Blackburn in a FIFA tournament which was recently organised by “League Two club Leyton Orient”, as reported by The Telegraph, who go on to explain that this tournament was set up in the hope of giving “the fans some entertainment while also raising money for lower-league clubs at risk of going out of business”, during the current postponement of English football which was originally announced by efl.com on 13 March.
Dack, a player who is currently valued at £7.2m according to Transfermarkt.co.uk, managed to secure a 4-3 win for Rovers in his recent FIFA clash with Stoke City, a result which the 26-year-old playmaker celebrated via a tweet. Some Rovers fans have been reacting to Dack’s recent post-match tweet, sharing praise for their 26-year-old midfielder’s virtual victory. Read the responses of some Blackburn fans to Dack’s recent post in the tweets below.
What a win!! https://t.co/Xj4eebHDVp
— Bradley Dack (@BradDacks40) March 24, 2020
You love a net against the potters @BradDacks40 ????
— Chris Moss (@mosstoboy) March 24, 2020
MOTM @Waltz_1 . What a performance.
— Josh Boswell (@JoshBoswell) March 24, 2020
i love you so much
— Jack Billington (@JackBillington8) March 24, 2020
— Sam (@smlhys) March 24, 2020
That was seriously enjoyable. Cheers Dacky ????
— Ian Harrison (@flyboyarch) March 24, 2020
The man pic.twitter.com/iIO5tbX5Lg
— Thomas Martin (@Tom_martin18) March 24, 2020
What do we think?
Considering that professional football in England is currently planned to be postponed “until at least 30 April”, according to the BBC, it may be fair to say that some Rovers fans may be missing the entertainment that the sport provides them with. As a result, it may be understandable why some Blackburn fans have been taking the opportunity to celebrate their recent victory in this FIFA tournament.