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Tweets of the Week: Goal celebrations in slow mo, Pep’s jacket, and a touch of class

The funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring the best recreation of goal celebrations you will ever see, Pep Guardiola’s hideous touchline attire, and when football shows its true class. 

There’s also LeBron James destroying Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a Real Madrid legend making deliveries of a different kind, and Tomas Soucek celebrating with his old teammates.

I have had this video on repeat for three days straight. 

This video, on the other hand, is nothing more than classturbation. 

Who let Pep leave the dressing room with that jacket still on him?

Every Premier League manager’s touchline fashion sense ranked

I wonder what Roberto Carlos is getting up to these days. 

How could you not love Tomas Soucek?

Managerial logic:

Five of the worst Premier League title defences after 25 games

José Mourinho blaming the players. Who could have possibly foreseen this happening?

Although maybe he has a point…

Olé! The five players with the most nutmegs in Europe’s top five leagues

I’m so starved of football in the flesh that I’ll be bringing the flares to the local park for Sunday league matches the first opportunity I get. 

Bringing the stadium experience to your home. 

How Newcastle United went from Keegan’s Entertainers to Dalglish’s Dad’s Army

Zlatan Ibrahimovic went in on LeBron James for his activism, and the obnoxious Swede got deservedly dunked on. 

For context:

What does the Elland Road pitch and Frank Lampard have in common?

Peter Walton only has one setting. 

Something tells me the Labour leader doesn’t actually know what a box-to-box midfielder does. 

LeBron wasn’t the only one dunking on someone he’s never met.

I can think of a few words to describe this. ‘Iconic’ is not one of them. 

90s Ballers: Jan Molby, Liverpool’s ultimate Danish reveller

“Give me Zidane and ten pieces of wood, and I’ll win the Champions League.”

David May strikes again. 

We were all thinking it. 

“There’s no such thing as a perfect mem-“

This one’s not far behind. 

Read: Why the media will always seek to diminish a successful Manchester City

See Also: 90’s Gold: The underappreciated brilliance of Aston Villa’s 1996 League Cup heroes

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