INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: AC Mile Square Manager Has Secret Twitter Account
ICF Media has learned that AC Mile Square Manager Anthony Deak has thus far refused to allow any official Indy City Futbol Twitter accounts to follow him.
For years, the League has helpfully organized a series of Twitter lists, including:
But one manager is notably absent from the Club Manager list: Anthony Deak of AC Mile Square. Deak’s private Twitter account, @deakforgovernor, requires a follow request to be added to a list. Despite requests from the League, Deak has thus far not allowed the follow.
A respectful approach to this story would require ICF Media to reach out to Anthony and inquire as to his reasons, but that would require a commitment to careful journalistic integrity. Instead, we pretended to ask several players to comment with their theories.
David Strange from Fountain Square FC proposed strategy as one possible reason: “I’ve heard rumors that AC Mile Square does all their game planning via Twitter. I wouldn’t want to share that either!”
Former Midtown FC Manager Mark Anderson emailed from the Peru vs. France World Cup game in Ekaterinburg Arena: “I do not suspect collusion with Russia.”
ICF Director of Neighborhoody Things Colin Renk denied any suspicion of nefarious activity. “I mean, calm the F$#% down and leave the poor guy alone, people. He can do what he f@#$ing wants!” he said.
Brenda Barrett, owner of AC Mile Square sponsor Jack’s Barbershop said, “Of course I know the reason. But I never cut and tell!”
“I don’t know why he doesn’t let the League follow him,” said AC Woodruff striker Paul Wathome, “But having your Twitter private seems like a terrible approach if you’re running for governor.”
ICF Media will update this article as more information becomes available.