Leeds troll One Direction's Niall Horan in hilarious Twitter spat

Leeds troll One Direction's Niall Horan in hilarious Twitter spat

Championship leaders Leeds United have become embroiled in a freaky spat with Niall Horan, telling the ex-One Direction star "no-one likes your solo career".

It all started when the "Slow Hands" singer tweeted that Derby County "were a dream to watch play" as the Rams thrashed West Brom 4-1 Wednesday night.

Horan, however, merely said back: "No-one likes Leeds".

However, it turns out that whoever is in charge of the Leeds United Twitter account was feeling rather sassy - and also isn't a fan of This Town.

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But it seems Niall isn't a Leeds fan, with the 25-year-old firing back: 'No one likes Leeds'.

Leeds fans were quick to celebrate their team's response to Niall's jab, whilst the rest of Twitter, including plenty of One Direction fans thought the interaction was hilarious.

As football fans do, Leeds supporters immediately piled in behind their club, even though Horan's following is almost 100 times bigger than the Championship club's. "Niall's solo career is better than anything y'all could ever accomplish". Only Louis Tomlinson has not yet announced an intention to release a solo album since One Direction went on hiatus at the end of 2015.

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