Liverpool youngster Raheem Sterling has put an end to his social network exploits as he deleted his personal accounts from both twitter and Facebook.
The 18-year-old winger made this decision in order to concentrate more on his football career.Raheem quits Twitter
Sterling revealed this in club’s official website,
“I’ve deleted my Twitter and Facebook, and come off BBM (Blackberry Messenger),”
“I just need to get my head down, really, and concentrate on my football, start scoring goals, stuff like that. I’m going to be more and more professional. I won’t be back on there. Me and Twitter are finished!”
After making a great start to his Liverpool career, Sterling is finding it tough to get into Red’s starting lineup. With the arrival of Coutinho, Sterling need to pull up his socks is he wants to be a regular starter.
So his decision to quit twitter is understandable and hope it brings a change in his life.
Rio Ferdinand, Michael Owen and Joey Barton are some of the big names who still use twitter regularly.