Man Utd player forced to deactivate social media account after showing support for Boris Johnson-led Conservative Party

Manchester United star Max Taylor won the hearts of everyone around him barely two weeks ago when he earned himself a spot on United’s Europa League squad after a year long battle with cancer.

While the young Englishman was unable to make his debut appearance against Astana, the defender is set to make his way into the senior side sooner rather than later with coaches at the club impressed with his attitude in training.

The 19-year-old was tipped for big things before he was diagnosed with testicular cancer but didn’t let the illness affect his career and was back at Carrington barely 5 weeks after his chemotherapy.

The defender was viewed as an inspiration for young players around the world but has irked the wrath of a certain fan section by openly expressing his political views on Twitter.

His Tweet featured a demographic showing BBC’s exit poll forecast before the results were declared today and the young defender seemed pretty happy with the prediction based on the nature of his caption on the tweet.

While the prediction came to fruition and the Conservative Party led by Boris Johnson came out victorious in the UK general elections, Taylor’s Twitter account was deactivated shortly after the tweet presumably due to fan backlash.

Check out a screenshot of the tweet Max Taylor posted below –