The ex-Liverpool attacker has sent a message on Twitter.
Former Liverpool striker Bobby Duncan has made his debut for Fiorentina.
The 18-year-old striker left the Reds earlier this week to join the Italian outfit on a permanent basis, despite the European champions being adamant for so long that they wouldn’t sell the promising marksman.
Duncan, whose cousin is Liverpool icon Steven Gerrard, earned a 15-minute cameo in a friendly against Perugia last night, replacing Franck Ribery.
Here is how the teenage hitman reacted on Twitter:
Duncan, who scored 32 goals for the Reds’ under-18s last season, lost a lot of support among Liverpool fans following controversial allegations by his agent, who suggested that his client’s mental health was suffering as a result of not being allowed to leave the club.
And suffice to say that supporters of the Anfield club offered spiky responses to his tweet.
It was a friendly check the stats it don’t count I bet you won’t play next week when the proper football starts— LIVERPOOL MEMORABILIA Ⓜ️ (@lfc_collector) September 7, 2019
Looks like it was a sell out. Living the dream!— Paul Burke (@PaulBurkeLFC) September 7, 2019
Break a leg. Literally.— JFT96 (@sportybrat5434) September 7, 2019
Wonder where you’ll be at next season maybe just ask your agent.— Chris Stables (@ChrisStables) September 7, 2019
I think you made a mistake going but still wish you all the best. Good luck YNWA— Mohammed Azar (@Az4r84) September 7, 2019
Looks like a great turn out from the fans there for you lad— Dan_LFC (@Dan_LFC8) September 7, 2019
Hope it works out for him like Emre Casn and Coutinhio— Robbo (@ijrlfc) September 7, 2019
Doubt you’ll ever be able to write that in Italian. A foreign language could be a bit too much for your brain.— Nikola Ilić (@LfcNikolaIlic) September 7, 2019
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