Former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson only joined Twitter on Tuesday, but he seems to appear that he has brought bad luck to his old sides Leeds United and Tottenham after they both lost on Wednesday night.
Leeds fell to a 3-0 defeat to Championship leaders Wolves at Elland Road while Spurs crashed out of the Champions League by losing 2-1 to Juventus at Wembley, despite having the lead up until the hour mark.
Robinson played for the Whites between 1998 and 2004 before moving to North London and enjoying a four year spell at White Hart Lane.
The 38-year-old posted a brilliant tweet on his personal Twitter account on Wednesday night after seeing his two old clubs lose at home.
“Joins Twitter… Leeds & Spurs lose,” he said.
Leeds & Spurs lose… pic.twitter.com/FgE8nqggwG
— Paul Robinson (@GKPaulRobinson) March 7, 2018
Football Insider verdict
Robinson was a great goalkeeper for both Leeds and Spurs, and there’s a chance that some United fans may want him back at Elland Road at this moment due to the situation between the sticks there. Bailey Peacock-Farrell has just his second senior appearance for the Whites against Wolves on Wednesday night and although he made plenty of saves, it does not look good for him to have conceded three goals. Felix Wiedwald needs selling in the summer, as does Andy Longeran. It was a huge mistake to sell Rob Green, who must be laughing about the situation at Elland Road now.