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Bayern Munich Produced The Most Cringeworthy Tweet About James Rodriguez

Bayern Munich Produced The Most Cringeworthy Tweet About James Rodriguez

Bayern Munich are widely regarded as the top dogs on Twitter when it comes to football clubs and their activity, but their latest attempt at banter hasn't gone down well.

Earlier today, the Bundesliga giants announced the signing of Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez.

The Colombian captain joins Bayern on a two-year loan deal for a €10 million fee, with the option to make the switch permanent for €32.5 million euros in 2019.

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And when Tweeting about the capture of the Bayern, the Bavarians have dropped below their usual levels of banter, by using an old newspaper headline that compared Rodriguez to James Bond.

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I'm sure you'll agree that in this instance, it doesn't make sense at all - and Twitter ripped into the Bayern US account:

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Some people reckon Bayern are just bantering the Times of India for their terrible pun attempt back in 2014, but still, it's poor form from Bayern - who are normally bang on the money on social media.

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What do you think about the Rodriguez Tweet? Will he be a good signing for Bayern?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Topics: Football, James Rodriguez, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid

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