Crazy petition started |
Haaland must leave England!
Now they suddenly want to get rid of Erling Haaland (22)!
A football fan has started a petition to ban the super Norwegian from England. Background: It’s just not fair for him to play. Haaland is just too good…
Twelve competitive games, 19 goals, three assists – this man is out of this world! Haaland transferred from BVB to Manchester City for 60 million euros in the summer and was already an absolute goalscorer in the Bundesliga. But the 1.95m giant is currently outdoing itself again and is blowing everything in the Premier League – breaks one record after another.
Reason enough for Haaland to be banned from the competition. At least that’s what a fan thinks, that’s why they started a petition on the website “change.org”.
The user and initiator “Ten Hag’s Reds” writes about this: “It’s just not fair. We can change something. Now is the time for us humans to take action. This robot should not be allowed in our country anymore.”
HAALAND A ROBOT?!
The presumably ironic contribution has collected 121 signatures so far.
Screenshots of other petitions are circulating on Twitter. Reports would have appeared on an official British government platform about the superiority of Haaland, among other things. Similar to “change.org” it reads here: “Petition for the exclusion of Erling Haaland from the Premier League for being a robot.”
Man City defender and Haaland team-mate Aymeric Laporta (28) joked about it, deleted “Premier League” and wrote “football” instead.
Haaland too good for football?
In the screenshot Laporta posted, the petition had 404,679 virtual signatures. Another tweet even shows 1,846,057 million. With 100,000 signatures, the British Parliament will debate the issue.
One thing is clear: the messages on the government website were no longer available on Thursday evening.
The Norwegian scored twice in Manchester City’s 5-0 win against Copenhagen. His fifth overall this season! He was substituted at halftime. Maybe to catch your breath, but maybe also because trainer Pep Guardiola (51) did not want Copenhagen to play another half against the “robot”.
The next Haaland victim is waiting for the weekend. Then it’s off to Southampton in the league (Saturday, 4pm).