Stephen Ferris had a pretty heated response for Ulster rugby following their decision to omit him from a recent tweet honouring some of their Lions veterans.
Following a tweet sent out by the official Twitter account of Ulster rugby honouring some of their athletes who have represented the Lions over the years, one man, ex-player Stephen Ferris, was far from happy with his omission and in a short but sharp response, doubled down on some of the issues he has taken with the club in recent times.
— Stephen Ferris (@StephenFerris6) May 15, 2018
Always willing to speak his mind, the 32-year-old found himself in the headlines just a few months ago with a fuming attack on his former club and the supposed mess they had become in recent times and in his tweet today, hinted at the club’s reaction to the recent sexual assault scandal involving two of their former-players.
Inconsistency and problems with coaching were among the subjects that the former flanker has also taken issue with and unless it was some unbelievable mishap on the part of their social media team, the seeds for Ferris’ exclusion may have been long planted.
Cillian Cunningham, Pundit Arena