Former Chelsea and Leicester City defender Frank Sinclair has said that he is deleting his Twitter account to focus his attentions on managing Hednesford Town.
Sinclair was placed in charge of the National League North club in December, but since taking over, he has won just eight points from a possible 30.
That run of form has left Hednesford two points away from safety ahead of crucial fixtures at Lowestoft Town and Brackley Town this week.
Deleting Twitter account, 100% focus to my job in hand @Hednesford_Town FC no distractions outside influence just ⚽️ Been a pleasure guys— Frank Sinclair (@FrankMSinclair) February 23, 2016
Recently, Sinclair, who played the majority of his career at Stamford Bridge and in the East Midlands, was involved in a social media spat with IBF super-bantamweight champion Carl Frampton.
Sinclair, who now lives in Manchester, tagged Frampton in a tweet as he predicted that Bury-Based WBA title holder Scott Quigg would knock the Northern Irishman out when they meet in a unification clash on Saturday night.
The former Jamaican international is also involved as a pundit for Chelsea TV, but it remains to be seen whether he will continue to feature on the channel towards the end of the season as he looks to move the Staffordshire outfit away from the drop zone.