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Tweets of the Week: The perfect slow-mo goal celebration, Malaga fans welcome new ‘signings’

Welcome to another edition of the best football tweets of the week, where we still refuse to call Twitter ‘X’.

The Premier League provided a lot of inspiration for content this past week, but it was away from the pitch where the best stuff was being produced, including a slow-mo goal celebration you’ve surely all seen by now, the Malaga fans who have improvised on the club’s lack of transfer signings, and Burnley’s latest world-class transfer announcement.

Here we go!

The best football tweets of the week:

There have been some great slow-mo goal celebrations on TikTok over the years, but Karl Porter has perfected the art as part of his stand-up set. Take a bow, son. 

Malaga supporters got tired of waiting for their club to make a transfer. So they ambushed tourists at the airport and greeted them as if they were new signings. Amazing scenes!

Liverpool win over Newcastle ‘more difficult’ than Barcelona comeback

Man United did what Man United do and came from behind to win a Premier League game despite not playing well. 

Ten Hag pleased with Man United ‘character’ after ‘horror start’ against Forest

Arsenal also endured a nightmare start when Bukayo Saka delivered an assist for Andreas Pereira to open the scoring for Fulham after just 57 seconds – the fastest goal so far this season. 

Arteta calls for more ‘commitment and desire’ from Arsenal after Fulham draw

This was Brighton vs West Ham in a nutshell. 

The best Premier League signings from Championship clubs this summer

Burnley have done it again. They may not be winning games at the moment, but they are the kings of the transfer announcement. 

Five Anderlecht academy graduates signed by Premier League clubs this summer

Former Manchester United gaffer Casey Stoney received one of the funniest sendings off we’ve ever seen for a football manager. 

He won’t want to watch this one back.

The most random football video games ever

Daniel Levy may have hit the jackpot with Ange Postecoglou, who is probably the most popular Tottenham manager since Mauricio Pochettino. 


Maddison keen to repay Spurs faith after maiden goal

This is what we really like to see from interviews with footballers. 

Read – Why Premier League midfielders are so expensive this summer

Read Also – Each Big Six club’s ideal transfer before the deadline

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