#AskWarren inspires some perfectly understandable questions about the Lions
The #AllForOne hashtag is clearly not working...
Former British & Irish Lions captains Brian O'Driscoll and Gavin Hastings have called on players and fans to put their nationalities to one side and get behind Warren Gatland's men.
Noble sentiments from an Irishman and a Scot but some resentment remains after Gatland's April 19 naming of a 41-man squad.
Fans from all four nations have a few questions to ask of the Lions coach but Scottish supporters seem particularly aggrieved with the squad selection.
Gatland recently took part in a Twitter Q&A with Lions sponsors Standard Life and fans were encouraged to send questions along with the #AskWarren hashtag.
Two questions kept cropping up, and cropping up again. We wonder what Gatland will make of it all...
Why so many Welsh?
Why so many overrated Welsh players who are incapable of beating decent Southern Hemisphere teams
— genehunt (@Mclaren0101) April 27, 2017
I really wanted him to be wearing these... pic.twitter.com/7PQ1DrzM5j
— SuperAye 独立 (@SuperAyeDotCom) April 27, 2017
Did you wear red tinted glasses whilst watching the 6 nations? Will warrenball work against such talented opposition?
— MacAndra Caomhan (@CaomhanMacandra) April 27, 2017
Where are the ****ing Scots?!
Do you think you can name more than two Scotland players #AskWarren
— Alex (@Atholl1844) April 27, 2017
They must be delighted to host a guy who only picked two Scots 😜
— Adam Caplin (@AdamCaplin) April 27, 2017
Why so many Welsh players when they finished 5th in 6 Nations and why so few Scots??
— Phil Canty (@CantyPhil) April 27, 2017
Of course, it's not all bad vibes.
Giz a ticket
— Mark (@Tommytugboat404) April 27, 2017