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Tweets of the Week: Henderson’s award, Leeds’ open top bus, and Yaya Toure’s comeback

The best and funniest tweets from the world of football this past week, featuring Jordan Henderson’s extremely deserved accolade, Leeds United’s questionable celebrations, the Paul Pogba glare, and Yaya Toure is back in English football. 

Liverpool are Premier League champions, haven’t you heard.

And Jordan Henderson was named the FWA Player of the Year, a decision everyone absolutely agreed with. Yep.

Don’t blame us, we didn’t have a vote.

All opinions are valid, but some are more wrong than others. A lot more. 

Adam Lallana didn’t get his Anfield farewell, but we’ll always have this memory.

No one could begrudge them their celebrations.

But maybe this wasn’t the cleverest idea in the middle of a pandemic.  

We’ve got our Leeds narrative set for the off-season anyway. 

I guess I’m buying a Leyton Orient season ticket.

Spare a moment for Heung-Min Son.

If looks could splinter a man into a thousand pieces…

Harsh but fair. 

Expect a lot of sterile possession between Man United and Leicester on the final day. 

This is an evergreen tweet when it comes to Matt le Tissier’s Twitter timeline.

A fair point.

Hey, he does laugh a lot. 

Only four-years-old and he’s already running the local firm. 

If you weren’t convinced The Championship is the greatest league in the world before now, the final week of games should have.

I feel attacked.

Grade A trolling. 

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