The Manchester City fans in the Transfer Tavern, whilst still getting over last night’s crushing defeat to Liverpool, have woken up to the news that their club has a multi-year and multimillion-pound deal with the dating app Tinder. The club will be hoping they can super-like their next match with Liverpool as they hope to swipe right into the last four of the Champions League.
Manchester City have signed a multi-year, multi-million pound deal with dating app Tinder… pic.twitter.com/5N48nXS6W8
— City Watch (@City_Watch) April 5, 2018
The news has come at an awkward time for the club as the City fans propping our bar up are still feeling tender after getting clubbed 3-0 by Liverpool yesterday in the Champions League. The big-money deal with the dating app is obviously very lucrative for the club, but as they look likely to bow out of the Champions League at the hands of Jurgen Klopp’s side, it’s not the desired news the Citizens were looking for this morning.
Whilst the Champions League heartache is weighing heavily on the Sky Blues, they’re loving their league’s form and only need one more win to ensure the Premier League trophy returns to The Etihad. The club have been all-conquering this season and have beaten every side they’ve faced in all competitions, bar Wigan Athletic. If Guardiola’s men can keep their cool and dispatch Manchester United on Saturday, they’ll be the earliest champions in Premier League history and will be able to take momentum into their leg with Liverpool on Tuesday.
You can read our local Citizens’ verdict on their club’s latest deal:
Maybe next time then we can avoid matching with Liverpool
— vivek (@vivek_cool) 5 April 2018
We’ll discuss this Tinder deal next month, can everyone focus on how to turn around last night’s defeat
— Jacob Senwamadi (@jayscotch__) 5 April 2018
When it says you have a new match, But it’s Swansea away next week
— Ste Hutchy (@SteMcfcHutchy) 5 April 2018
Take those millions and sign messi
— scorpion (@SlipperWorld) April 5, 2018
Sorry tinder, but last night was far from the perfect match.
— Africa is blue (@Africa_is_blue) 5 April 2018
As bad as last night's result was we need to believe in the 2nd leg. Liverpool conceded 2 goals in 20 minutes against Man United. Who's to say we can't do the same? Plus Kun will be back. Liverpool can also crumble nothing is set in stone yet.
— Sozen (@Sozen47) April 5, 2018
That means the deal will fund @neymarjr deal
— RPC (@RomarioPCloete) 5 April 2018
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