MLS apologizes to Atlanta United participant for freeing Valentine’s Day photograph


Josef Martinez knew the arena wasn’t in a position for this degree of sexiness

To lend a hand enthusiasts create their very own customized Valentine’s Day photographs, MLS launched a chain of pictures that includes gamers putting tacky poses with a unmarried pink rose. Atlanta United’s Josef Martinez used to be now not happy together with his photograph’s inclusion on this promoting, despite the fact that.

Martinez demanded that MLS do away with the picture from their site and advised the Atlanta Magazine Charter that “[the league]by no means advised me it used to be going to head out.” He then brought/threatened that in the event that they ask him to pose for a photograph like that once more “it is going to be with out garments.” The 24-yr-antique striker, who joined MLS for Atlanta United’s inaugural season in 2017 from Torino, would possibly or will not be beneath the influence that MLS stands for “Males Taking a look Attractive.”

Without reference to the confusion throughout, MLS issued a public apology to Martinez for the ordeal. From the AJC:

A remark supplied via MLS to The Atlanta Magazine-Charter learn: “Inner miscommunication resulted within the posting of the picture. It used to be taken down quickly after Atlanta United made the request. Josef is a emerging famous person whose enthusiasm and cooperation at league projects is very much favored. We ask for forgiveness to Josef for this factor.”

In similar information, I’ve requested MLS to take away Albert Rusnak’s photograph from their web site as a result of it’s terrifying.


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