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.
— Virgil van Dijk (@VirgilvDijk) July 22, 2020
And Jordan Henderson was named the FWA Player of the Year, a decision everyone absolutely agreed with. Yep.
Congratulations to Jordan Henderson. He's ticked every box the FWA look for: shouting and pointing, looking really passionate, giving very serious interviews, carrying a strong redemption narrative, while also being an England international. Bravo.
— Rob Brown (@robbro7) July 24, 2020
Don’t blame us, we didn’t have a vote.
We should have all the members of the PFA vote for their Football Writer of the Year, it's only fair
— Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) July 24, 2020
All opinions are valid, but some are more wrong than others. A lot more.
Football is all about opinions.
But someone actually voted for Jonny Evans to win FWA Footballer of the Year.
They really did that.
— James McManus (@JamesMcManus1) July 24, 2020
Adam Lallana didn’t get his Anfield farewell, but we’ll always have this memory.
people make fun of him but in all seriousness he's been a tireless contributor to the cause. i will choose to remember his greatest moments, such as this one. pic.twitter.com/sKy57gfOLD
— Saint Grobian (@Saint_Grobian) July 22, 2020
No one could begrudge them their celebrations.
When that mate who never comes out comes out pic.twitter.com/muO01ZYdyo
— Amitai Winehouse (@awinehouse1) July 22, 2020
But maybe this wasn’t the cleverest idea in the middle of a pandemic.
— Heart Yorkshire News (@HeartYorkNews) July 22, 2020
We’ve got our Leeds narrative set for the off-season anyway.
And so it starts ??? https://t.co/ABM22xLfa5
— Patrick Bamford (@Patrick_Bamford) July 20, 2020
I guess I’m buying a Leyton Orient season ticket.
— Leyton Orient (@leytonorientfc) July 24, 2020
Spare a moment for Heung-Min Son.
Son realising he won't be Kane's favourite Son anymore pic.twitter.com/ESC2S4RrtT
— Arnie ?? (@arnie1886) July 20, 2020
If looks could splinter a man into a thousand pieces…
Antonio joking about Pogba's handball with Bruno Fernandes
Look at Pogba's face ? pic.twitter.com/2U9jzbzhFL
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) July 22, 2020
Harsh but fair.
Maguire and Luke Shaw https://t.co/ZEFicMzx26
— Delaney (@markdel99) July 21, 2020
Expect a lot of sterile possession between Man United and Leicester on the final day.
United and Leicester playing it around the back for 45 minutes when they hear Wolves are 2-0 up at Chelsea pic.twitter.com/KtFBuGetQV
— ‘ (@vintageredss) July 22, 2020
This is an evergreen tweet when it comes to Matt le Tissier’s Twitter timeline.
For somebody that only ever missed one penalty, it's incredible how often Matt Le Tissier misses the point.
— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) July 24, 2020
A fair point.
Fair play to Matt Le Tissier; if I was kept out of the England squad by Carlton Palmer I’d believe in conspiracy theories too.
— Tom Woodhead (@tdwoodhead) July 24, 2020
Hey, he does laugh a lot.
Jamie Redknapp: Hi
Micah Richards: pic.twitter.com/YHvcqpKRYT
— Jason (@jbsoutar) July 21, 2020
Only four-years-old and he’s already running the local firm.
Why did my 4 year old look like he’s heading off to Millwall for a scrap pic.twitter.com/6FYzhJsOBP
— Rachel Hawkins (@ourrachblogs) July 22, 2020
If you weren’t convinced The Championship is the greatest league in the world before now, the final week of games should have.
Barnsley were in the relegation-zone every week from 15 September until the 91st minute in the final game of the season and survived. Charlton were in it for one week all season and got relegated. The Championship is absolutely bonkers.
— Jake Sanders (@JakeSanders92) July 22, 2020
I feel attacked.
why do men shit on women for liking astrology when half of them sleep under a football duvet cover
— haunted tampon (@abbiehive) July 21, 2020
Grade A trolling.
Ahah brilliant: Juventus fan walks on the beach with kit on,
people goes on the ground asking for penalty (“rigore”) pic.twitter.com/JFrTWMDlkV
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) July 20, 2020