In a tweet on Thursday, he wrote “#PeoplesVote,” racking up 3,000 likes inside an hour.
The 25-year-old, who has performed for Spurs since 2014, joined a slew of public figures who’ve introduced their give a boost to for a 2nd referendum.
Feedback flooded in with fanatics labelling Dier as “hero” and “my guy.”
On the other hand, Dier additionally got here underneath fireplace with Twitter customers telling him to “keep on with soccer” and one writing: “Cue livid outrage at a sportsperson now not simply sticking to game and interfering in politics.”
Dave Clark wrote: “No he way a “Other people’s Vote” for individuals who did not win the primary time.”
Every other commenter added: “Do I unfollow you or keep since you’re Tottenham?”
In July 2018, former footballer and Fit of the Day presenter, Gary Lineker additionally pledged his give a boost to for any other Brexit vote, claiming Britain’s departure of the Ecu Union “feels adore it goes very mistaken certainly”.
A flow of celebrities together with Delia Smith, TV historian Dan Snow and Steve Coogan additionally pledged give a boost to to assist other people from their house cities and areas go back and forth to the Other people’s Vote March for the Long run on October 20.
Actor Patrick Stewart, a supporter of the Other people’s Vote marketing campaign, prior to now stated campaigners weren’t inquiring for a 2nd referendum however sought after “any other probability to imagine what the phrases of this divorce are going to be.”