Footballers rarely do tweet things that are going to come back to bite them in their proverbial backside...but we reckon Aston Villa's Jack Grealish will really regret these posts previously shared on social media.
After months of will he won't he, the Aston Villa youngster decided to pick the country of his birth – England – to play for rather than the Republic of Ireland, who he had played for at youth level.
Now, despite being born in Solihull, Grealish has been playing for the Republic of Ireland since 2011 and made six appearances for the under-21 side.
However, the 20-year-old decided to reject the chance of a call up to Martin O'Neill's senior team back in May and today decided to put his allegiance with Roy Hodgson's side ahead of Euro 2016.
But we reckon he will regret a few of these tweets from when he was as Irish as Andy Townsend or Mick McCarthy...and that is really Irish!
Happy St Patrick's day everyone! pic.twitter.com/aBgXo58W9M— Jack Grealish (@JackGrealish1) March 17, 2015
Off for a little nap now... and a prayer lol :) Id do anything to win today, come on you boys in green, we can do it ! KO 4:00 english time— Jack Grealish (@JackGrealish1) March 24, 2012
Humbled to win Ireland u21 player of the year , another great achievement for me and my family ! pic.twitter.com/EY1zg5VCXE— Jack Grealish (@JackGrealish1) March 22, 2015
No doubt these will get deleted and Jack will start posting pictures of British bulldogs, pork pies and tweeting about St George's day any time now.