Gigi Meyer posted a message on her Instagram Stories after her father’s brief tenure with the Jaguars ended. Meyer was fired early Thursday after former Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo claimed the former coach kicked him during a practice in the offseason.
“The spirit of the enemy is in full force battle mode in this world & in people,” Gigi Meyer, who is a fitness coach, ha scritto su Instagram. “This is war. We all know who wins in the end.”
She added another message.
“The enemy (aka the world) REALLY doesn’t wanna see good people win.
“& you can argue whether my dad is a ‘good person’ or not based on what you see in the media.
“(super reliable source of info as we know)
“Anyone who truly knows us knows how incredible he is as a person.
“& the world hates any platform we have, so he’s going to create chaos to destroy it.
“Little does he know he’s making it stronger.
“It’s not over. Keep watching.”
Gigi Meyer then posted photos of herself with her father at her wedding and other photos with Ohio State and Florida college football players.
“The enemy wants us to crumble & crawl into a hole. But I think you just released the kraken in me,” lei ha aggiunto. “This isn’t about peoples opinions. Non mi interessa. But when there’s lies & ppl full on after my family… Then I have a problem & I won’t stay quiet.”
The Jaguars decided to fire Meyer after a tumultuous 11 months with the team.
“Darrell Bevell will serve as interim head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars for the balance of the 2021 stagione. Darrell succeeds Urban Meyer,” team owner Shad Khan said. “After deliberation over many weeks and a thorough analysis of the entirety of Urban’s tenure with our team, I am bitterly disappointed to arrive at the conclusion that an immediate change is imperative for everyone. I informed Urban of the change this evening. As I stated in October, regaining our trust and respect was essential. purtroppo, it did not happen.
“Trent Baalke continues as our general manager and will work with Darrell to ensure that our team will be inspired and competitive while representing Jacksonville proudly over our final four games of the season. In the spirit of closure and recharging our players, staff and fan base, I will not comment further until some point following the conclusion of the NFL season.”