Well, Bundesliga fans, don't let a little bit of Fox milk make you cry. The @BundesligaOnFox parody Twitter account will turn your frowns upside down and is fingering its social media middle finger at Fox Sports. While it is doubtful that the Twitter account will have any impact on Fox Sports plans for Bundesliga, it is still funny and well worth following if you have a sense of humor, enjoy story telling, and don't mind getting some misinformation in your Twitter feed. It's highly likely that @BundesligaOnFox will be shut down either before the season starts or during the season, but it's also possible that Fox Sports is such a huge organization that when it's included in @BundesligaOnFox's own tweets it doesn't even know how to react or who to contact to find out if the account is legit. For example:
What might end up being the funniest part of the Twitter account is its depth of story. There is an attempt to bring life to its "employees" and "organization." From what can be gathered by its tweets, the @BundesligaOnFox organization includes a Director of Operations, Deputy Director of Operations, Director of Marketing (only working 1 hour a week with a half hour lunch break), Social Media Coordinator, HR Director, an intern, and a Chief of Umlauts. Yes, a Chief of Umlauts, that is training the staff how to tweet and update the actual Fox Sports website with proper umlauts. You see, this account is confusing! It tweets actual, legit information while spreading misinformation at the same time. Not to mention creating havoc for Fox Sports, if they even care, and doing a fair amount of trolling into the Twitter conversations of others.
To conclude this longer than necessary article, @BundesligaOnFox is pointing its middle finger right back at Fox Sports for its Bundesliga blunders, and it's worth following if you're on Twitter. At the time of this posting it doesn't seem to be on Facebook or any other social media platform. Here are a few tweets to help you enjoy your Sunday.