West Ham co-chairman David Gold was forced to explain himself after he was caught favouriting a tweet calling for the head of West Ham boss, Sam Allardyce.
The tweet in question asked Gold if West Ham would be getting rid of Allardyce, not so affectionately referred to as "BFS."
According to Gold, it was an accident that he chalked up to...jet lag.
After a 33 hour flight from New Zealand, I was in my car scanning through my tweets and it seems I accidently favourited one (1/3)— David Gold (@davidgold) July 29, 2014
It has made some of the papers today so I should clarify that I did not and would never deliberately or... 2/3)— David Gold (@davidgold) July 29, 2014
..intentionally endorse a tweet that questions our manager's position. Lesson: don't use twitter when you're jet lagged! (3/3) dg— David Gold (@davidgold) July 29, 2014
[Twitter, h/t FOX Soccer]