Ryanair came under fire for Jadon Sancho’s tweet after England World Cup snub

Ryanair sent a cruel tweet after England coach Gareth Southgate left Manchester United forward Jadon Sancho out of the team for the World Cup.

As a result of his exclusion from the England World Cup squad, Jadon Sancho was the target of a vicious tweet from the airline Ryanair.

The attacker from Manchester United was conspicuously absent from Gareth Southgate’s team for the competition in Qatar. He was one of a select few players that were cut from the squad that advanced to the Euro 2020 final the previous year due to his lackluster performance at Old Trafford following a high-profile transfer from Borussia Dortmund.

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In Sancho’s place, players like James Maddison of Leicester and Callum Wilson of Newcastle have been called up to the Three Lions camp.

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The 23-cap international’s performances this season have improved a little bit, but not enough to guarantee him a seat on the flight to Qatar. However, Ryanair was there to offer him a vacation while the Premier League was out for the competition.

They posted on Twitter with the following message: “@Sanchooo10 we’ll still fly you there.” They added a kiss emoji to their taunt. However, some supporters weren’t too happy with the post. One fan called Ryanair’s behavior “heartless,” while another said it was “unnecessary trolling.”

Even some fans used the occasion to criticize the airline directly. One especially irate fan wrote: “Sorry, but if I were Sancho, flying with Ryanair would be the last thing I would do after being rejected by England. Easyjet has passed over you.

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In the last four Man Utd games, Jadon Sancho has been absent.
Sancho’s mocking remark from Ryanair is yet another setback for the young wide receiver. The 22-year-old’s eight goals and four assists during his time with the Red Devils represent a significant decline from the 16 goals and 19 assists he racked up during his final season with Dortmund.

Peter Schmeichel, a United veteran, criticized Sancho’s performances and asserted that Sancho was ineligible for the England team in any event. I don’t think he’s done enough, he remarked, speaking to Sky Sports following the Red Devils’ Carabao Cup triumph over Aston Villa on Thursday night.

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“I’m a little let down by the talent he possesses, and yes, I recognize that it must be challenging to travel to Old Trafford given the cost. However, he has demonstrated his ability to do everything he did at Borussia Dortmund; he has simply not done it enough.

In their penultimate Premier League game before the necessary break, United will play Fulham. Sancho may or may not play a part in the contest. The winger missed the 1-0 victory over West Ham at the end of October, but he has been forced to miss the last three games in all competitions due to illness.