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“I’ll die at this club. Go to hell” – The Best Football Tweets of the Week

The funniest and best football-related tweets from the week gone by, featuring Robert Huth, Gary Neville, Spygate and seeing Zinedine Zidane’s volley technique in a completely new light. 

Robert Huth absolutely destroying the transfer rumour mill in one fell swoop, much like he did Premier League strikers in his heyday:

Fulham‘s 2-1 loss to Burnley was comical enough, with the victors managing to take all three points without taking a shot on target thanks to two own goals in the space of three minutes. But it got even better later that day.

Sporting Director Tony Khan posted a thread on Twitter along the lines of “keep the faith”, to which one Cottagers fan replied, in typical Fulhamish politeness, by asking him to “leave my club please.” Khan’s response?

“Never. I’ll die at this club. Go to hell.”

And thus a meme was born.

When it came to ‘spygate’ – the revelation that Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa directed an employee to spy on last weekend’s opponents Derby County – I probably could have done a post entirely of tweets about it alone. Gary Neville got in one the act, absolutely ruining Henry Winter’s sanctimonious rant. The Times’ Chief Football Writer has previously admitted to spying on England training sessions.

https://twitter.com/GNev2/status/1083971166384078848

Jonny Sharples, meanwhile, was having a field day with the whole thing:

Irish Times football columnist Ken Early with a classic bait-and-switch tweet concerning Jordan ‘the holding midfielder’s holding midfielder’ Henderson:

An image says a thousand words.

Speaking of Arsenal vs West Ham United:

Fair play to this eagle-eyed tweeter, spotting this from the same game:

And finally, we all remember this technique…

https://twitter.com/ocincj/status/1083686417325264896

 

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