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Tweets of the Week: Boring England, Anthony Gordon’s bike crash, public enemy Southgate

Check out some of the best tweets from Football Twitter as Euro 2024 entered the knockout phase of the competition, England continue to bore us all to tears, and Anthony Gordon went for a flight on his bike. 

Those two days without games were torture. 


England, though, were happy to put an unwatchable group stage behind them after drawing with Slovenia. 

The Three Lions squad spent their time off riding bikes. What could possibly go wrong?

He’s obviously just too eager to win a place in the starting XI. 

Gareth Southgate is still figuring out how best to set out his team. 

In the past he’s managed to implement a boring but effective style of play. This summer it’s just boring and bad.

Not even England fans want to watch England. 

Southgate’s popularity is at an all-time low. 

But you cannot deny that his genius masterplan is coming together. 

This sums up England’s lacklustre attack. 

The Mike Bassett film feels very prescient. 

At least it hasn’t descended to the level of ‘captain orders team off the field instead of applauding the fans. 

It feels like Georgia are the only ones having a good time at the Euros. 

It’s been a great tournament for sticking the big man up top. 

This Twitter account is incredible. 

I do wonder what is going on inside Cole Palmer’s head. 

I hope Geoff Hurst got his money’s worth for this. 

Football commentators have a way of making you feel real old. 


The best thing about any major international tournament is not the football, but the little vehicles that deliver the ball. 

The chad Spaniards are going to go all the way at Euro 2024. 

This referee’s true calling is pro wrestling announcer. 

An absolutely surreal send off for Scotland. 

Steve Clarke couldn’t help but get in a little bit of xenophobia before leaving Germany. 


Birmingham City fans are going to be treated to away days in places they had long forgotten existed in England this season. 


Jean-Philippe Mateta: bald icon. 

If David Moyes insists on referring to Czechia as Czechoslovakia, then he needs to do it across the board. 

Habsburg is making the comeback of the century. 

Read – Five unexpected stars of the Euro 2024 group stage

See Also – Five players who deserve more minutes at Euro 2024

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