Twitter has given us some truly unforgettable moments over the years.
Here are just some of the best ones from the mad, hilarious and ludicrous, but never dull world of Football Twitter.
Might as well start with a classic:
Maybe we’ve taken the poppy thing a bit too far.
Beautiful tribute to our fallen soldiers 😢 pic.twitter.com/gpbZNPpMH5
— Mascots Minute Silence (@MascotSilence) November 9, 2019
Guardian cartoonist David Squires on James McClean and poppy fascism
Big Sam at the chipper.
When you're in the chippy deciding what to have. pic.twitter.com/XmSp8945nn
— Gilles (@GillesOffTheWeb) October 19, 2015
When Coleen Rooney became a private detective.
This has been a burden in my life for a few years now and finally I have got to the bottom of it…… pic.twitter.com/0YqJAoXuK1
— Coleen Rooney (@ColeenRoo) October 9, 2019
The single best thing to come out of Man United’s Chevrolet sponsorship.
Am I the only person who sees Fellaini obstructing Wilshere as he as he carries cans of Strongbow & Special Brew? pic.twitter.com/7L6dqb2j99
— Mooms-19 (@Danny_McMoomins) November 24, 2014
So, basically everything.
David Moyes says #mufc must improve in a number of areas, including passing, creating chances and defending.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) December 9, 2013
Moyes, O’Farrell and the link between Man United’s chosen ones
“The reports of Steve Bruce’s death are greatly exaggerated” – Mark Twain.
The greatest thing to ever happen in the group chat pic.twitter.com/utNGYSgHdG
— 𝘿𝙖𝙣 (@dmxtthewmxn) August 18, 2017
Football images that precede unfortunate events:
David Ginola’s greatest goals for Newcastle, Spurs and France
There are two types of QPR fan:
Never have I seen a better metaphor for watching QPR on a weekly basis pic.twitter.com/dbcV1t9wOn
— Samuel William Jones (@SamuelWJones) March 9, 2019
Never forget this epic rant from a QPR fan.pic.twitter.com/VqvFcvVGat
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) July 3, 2019
When Slippy G got the Black Mirror treatment.
The new Black Mirror looks amazing 🤯 #Bandersnatch pic.twitter.com/R6dse3CQlo
— Joe Gilmore (@Gilology) December 29, 2018
The resurrection of Gary McAllister
You did it to yourseeeeeelf, you did.
Radiohead – Just (1995) pic.twitter.com/dHbif0oUPl
— Matt Sayward (@mattsayward) May 8, 2019
Not now, Salt Bae!
Your shoulder dislocated from its socket within half an hour of the Champions League Final. Your World Cup hopes are likely in tatters. Last thing you need is Meatsweats McGhee doing his salt sprinkling noncery around you after the game pic.twitter.com/ocx8iZySmK
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) May 26, 2018
Benito Carbone: A frustrating import frozen in time
The time Neil Warnock stepped in for Richard Ashcroft.
Bittersweet Symphony feat. Neil Warnock pic.twitter.com/eKJxOpAURY
— Kristian (@vonstrenginho) May 4, 2019
Classy Football Fan Gesture™.
Hope the Notre Dame is ok, from an Eiffel Tower fan
— Billie (@Billie_T) April 15, 2019
Peter Ndlovu: The Premier League’s first ever African footballer
That time Renato Sanches mistook the advertising hoardings for a teammate.
Renato Sanches gaat nog niet zo lekker bij Swansea. Nieuw dieptepunt: Zijn pass naar een reclamebord van Carabao pic.twitter.com/K7gUDojYWd
— Dutch Cards (@DutchCards) November 29, 2017
When Jay Rodriguez’ dad shut down an ITK account.
The Everton cult hero who subbed himself on in a semi-final – and scored twice
On the ‘ead, son.
Great run from the overhead camera who narrowly fails to make a connection. Still goalless, Jeff. #ATMLEI pic.twitter.com/8hz8lJlcq1
— Carl Jones (@CarlDJones) April 12, 2017
Surely this will make the footballing authorities see sense on safe standing.
Justin’s House on @CBeebiesHQ is further proof, as if we needed it, that safe standing works. Look at that atmosphere! @The_FSF @the92dotnet pic.twitter.com/6938S1fYOH
— Alex (@AlexNFFC) December 9, 2018
Ten absolute bargains in Fantasy Premier League this season
Life isn’t fair sometimes.
When you need Toni Kroos to score from outside the box for £5250 of a fiver!! 🤮🔫 @SkyBet pic.twitter.com/CPkAyzuGNo
— Lee Robinson (@popbobbins) June 23, 2018
A spectacularly dumb conversation.
— out of context uk football (@nocontextfootie) May 5, 2020
Describe Twitter in a sentence:
🎉 – Going out for New Year's Eve. pic.twitter.com/TZt51gLVGm
— MUNDIAL (H) (@MundialMag) December 28, 2018
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