Arsenal goal keeper Petr Cech has taken to twitter to express his anger at the results of Thursday’s referendum, which resulted in majority of Britain voting to leave the European Union.
After the majority of Britain had voted to ‘leave’ the European Union in Tuesday’s referendum, Arsenal keeper Petr Cech took to Twitter to slam the Leave campaign, specifically Nigel Farage, who is the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party.
— Petr Cech (@PetrCech) June 24, 2016
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) June 24, 2016
Petr Cech re-tweeted the video in which the UKIP leader said that it was a “mistake” to suggest that £350m would go to the NHS. The Chelsea legend claimed that the entire campaign was ‘fake’ and based on ‘lies’.
Notable footballing personalities like Manchester United Legend David Beckham, Arsene Wenger and Gary Linekar were all for Britain staying in the Europen Union.
Petr Cech’s current manager Arsene Wenger was fearful of the impact that the results of this vote may have on the English game. Prior to the vote, he said,”It raises many questions. Will the European players be considered as they are now? For example, if England votes for Brexit, will the French be considered like South American players [who require work permits]?”
Now that Britain has voted to leave the EU, it is yet to be seen how this will affect the recruitment of players across UK and Europe.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool have all been linked to top foreign players from Europe, this summer.
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