The best and funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring football’s crossover with Love Island, England’s abundance of right-backs, and Brendan Rodgers is causing a storm.
Amazing spine of a team, that.
De Ligt/De Jong/Van de Beek/Håland https://t.co/uhmDbPZ4ic
— Иван (@ivan_i94) January 12, 2020
The Love Island crossover didn’t end there. We’re also big fans of the name ‘Finn Tapp’.
The club was not aware Finn Tapp was going on Love Island – this is normal protocol for all contestants. We understand and wish Finn luck on the show.
— Oxford City FC (@OxCityFC) January 15, 2020
Gareth Southgate has an innovative new plan for Euro 2020.
can't wait to watch England at the Euros pic.twitter.com/sB05aNfSBr
— Ashwin Raman (@AshwinRaman_) January 18, 2020
Chris Smalling is a standup guy.
Football is brilliant pic.twitter.com/HTpIb2YXUh
— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) January 14, 2020
Chris Wilder, we are happy to report, is also a top lad.
“We’ve rightly recieved a letter from the FA but I can relate, there was a time when I was player/manager that I’d rush back to the Lane.
I have no problem with Oli going back to watch them, he has a big connection there.
I think it’s quite refreshing to be honest” CW on Oli. pic.twitter.com/SglP9U7hlA
— Sheffield United (@SheffieldUnited) January 16, 2020
We can 100% guarantee neither of these guys know who the other is.
Brendan Rodgers is at it again.
That's just the effect I have on women. https://t.co/m0Dft87Swt
— Deluded Brendan (@DeludedBrendan) January 15, 2020
Let it go, Peter.
— Matt Evans (@Matt_The_Met) January 15, 2020
Scotland, explain this.
Steven Gerrard hasn't looked this uncomfortable since Brendan Rodgers left him on the bench at The Bernabéu.pic.twitter.com/Ib8gHHcs5z
— MUNDIAL (H) (@MundialMag) January 18, 2020
Football Manager problems.
And to end the week, enjoy this magnificent thread on the banter era of Derby County up to the present day.