Brother of Ghana international Albert Adomah, has launched a scathing attack on Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce.
According to Adomah’s brother, who goes by the name Quick Sessions on Twitter, the manager has not been loyal to the player who “saved his job”.
Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce wanted to let the winger leave following the arrivals of Everton winger Yannick Bolasie and Anwar El Ghazi.
Middlesborough were interested in recruiting their former player back to the Riverside but it is believed Adomah did not want the move.
The winger has struggled this session and does not look like manager Steve Bruce will give the player more minutes on the pitch.
A furious Quick Sessions reacted by posting: “F*** Bruce. There’s no loyalty in football anymore. My brother was loyal to Villa and still is. Saved a man’s job and the man forgot.
“When he got left out the team last year, he could have gone on loan to a Prem/top Championship team but decided to stay because he loves Villa. Stayed and only got back in the team by chance, and saved the man’s job.
“People saying he fell off second half of the season lol. He spent the second half of the season f***ing defending.
“He is calm. If he is still at Villa come after deadline day, he will be on a mission when needed.
“My brother loves Villa. We love Villa.”