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Tweets of the Week: Maguire’s arrest, Conte’s kerfuffle and Koeman’s appointment

The best tweets of the week from the world of football, featuring Harry Maguire’s arrest in Mykonos, Antonio Conte’s war of words with Sevilla’s Ever Banega, all of the Champions League chatter, and Ronald Koeman’s appointment as Barcelona manager. 

The Man United captain was arrested in Greece after an altercation with a police officer, a first for a Brit abroad, of course.

Man United’s response to Harry Maguire’s arrest in Greece

Maguire’s release from custody hit a snag.

Maguire pleads not guilty to bribery and assault charges

But his legal team have come up with a very solid defence of their client.   

Meanwhile, Antonio Conte is keeping his fights to the sideline. 

Christian Eriksen just cannot escape the Spurs banter. 

This is scarily accurate. 

Ranking the highest Europa League goalscorers in 2019/20

This was the best bit of Champions League punditry you will see all season. 

I think this Lewandowski guy is pretty good at football.

Okay, he’s definitely above average.

David Ginola wasn’t a great goalscorer, but a scorer of great goals

That Serge Gnabry guy is pretty decent too, although it turns out we’ve been pronouncing his name incorrectly all these years.

This stat is a mind melter. Or maybe I’m just getting too old. 

“Siri, show me what a grown man being murdered by a little girl looks like.”

Ronald Koeman was appointed Barcelona manager this week, but we probably haven’t seen the last of him as Netherlands manager.

I knew he reminded me of somebody…

Barcelona’s most embarrassing Champions League defeats ever

You will never, ever find a better pun in all of football than this.

Okay, this one might be up there too. 

Reading should be thrown out of the Football League for this crime of a promo video. 

Read: A year of darkness – the pain of losing three Aston Villa legends in 12 months

See Also: The five luckiest Premier League teams in the 2019/20 season

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