Twitter had a field day when FC Cincinnati tweeted a photo that was supposed to be Jaap Stam. It wasn’t Jaap Stam.

Mistakes happen to most people. Second-year Major League Soccer team FC Cincinnati had an undercover one on Thursday while it was rolling out on Twitter the welcome mat for new head trainer Jaap Stam, who played for the Netherlands from the 1998 World Cup.

Luckily, FC Cincinnati had the social-media educated and good comedy to cooperate with a momentary setback Thursday when among its tweets about Stam seemed to attribute, well, a person that wasn’t Jaap Stam (though the likeness is quite similar. It has been reported Stam has been misidentified from the photograph service at the caption, which helps content manufacturers.

What led from the accident, which the team fixed using a subsequent tweet acknowledging the confusion, could have been a fantastic thing as more individuals appeared to know about FC Cincinnati’s head-coaching hire.

From that point, Twitter comedians took over and conducted with the circumstance. The results were about what you would expect from Twitter.

What is essential from Thursday’s Cincinnati sports news cycle is the team hired Stam, which could have been amplified by most of the lively (and a few antagonistic) tweets, as domestic football writer Grant Wahl theorized.

Let us also keep in mind that actual men and women who love their tasks are effective at these unfortunate mistakes. Live and let live.

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