The funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring some of the memes that emanated from Sean Dyche’s confrontation with Jürgen Klopp, Fernando Torres’ new massive arms, James Maddison’s brilliant interview, and another Premier League club adopts a WWE theme for its halftime entertainment.
Who knew we needed Sean Dyche memes in our lives?
Dyche and his 3 sons waiting for Klopp outside Anfield 🤣 pic.twitter.com/OSnnh3DK0O
— Braidy Morris (@BraidyMorris) January 21, 2021
The internet is a great place sometimes 🤣 pic.twitter.com/WL9ToO1t8Y
— Alex (@pagancat3) January 22, 2021
Dyche to Klopp after Brexit-Ball Burnley scrape a 1-0 win. pic.twitter.com/YAbS07ZLbO
— 🦊 (@SL_lcfc9) January 21, 2021
Too be fair Dyche would ruin Klopp! 😂
— Darren Huckerby (@hucks6dh6) January 21, 2021
The only five managers to win away at Anfield in the Jurgen Klopp era
You know a football club means business when they come out to ‘The Game’.
West Ham playing @TripleH’s theme song in honour of their biggest fan 💜
IRONS ⚒️ pic.twitter.com/7RpLRCD1ie
— WWE on BT Sport (@btsportwwe) January 23, 2021
— Triple H (@TripleH) January 23, 2021
This is theatrical perfection.
#nffc 🤦🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/zNMV3RRlqY
— Jon (@JonSumjons) January 23, 2021
We loved this interview with James Maddison.
🗣 "We looked at Chelsea and we knew they switch off sometimes from set pieces."
🗣 "@Carra23 said he needs to get his numbers up if he wants to be a top player."
James Maddison speaks to Sky Sports about Leicester's win that sends them top of the Premier League. pic.twitter.com/yYjV31xHX5
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) January 19, 2021
Here’s an rare photo of Maddison as a child with his dad.
My new WhatsApp photo for the foreseeable 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/NDVag7YkmB
— James Maddison (@Madders10) January 21, 2021
Premier League Weekly Awards: Klopp vs Dyche, charismatic Maddison, and sublime Pogba
It’s nice to see Fernando Torres is taking it easy in retirement.
Good to see Fernando Torres taking his new PT job at Pure Gym in Aintree seriously. pic.twitter.com/6WOYllC9Tv
— No Context Scouse (@NoContextScouse) January 19, 2021
Fernando Torres and the lads. pic.twitter.com/ZmFKONKMnl
— Matt Thielen (@MattThielen) January 19, 2021
The Spaniard is almost as jacked as Michail Antonio…
— Michail Antonio (@Michailantonio) January 20, 2021
Tyrone Mings admitted he didn’t know a fundamental rule of football after that Man City goal in midweek.
Who doesn’t know the offside rule then… pic.twitter.com/lwFxskHi6K
— Al Carr (@alcarr1875) January 21, 2021
The best Premier League statistics of the past week
Aston Villa got over it quickly to beat Newcastle at the weekend, not that you’d know it judging by Jack Grealish’s expression on the bench.
my face when they call me to eat while I'm in a call of duty match pic.twitter.com/n5w6TVePZS
— Douglas Luiz (@dg_douglasluiz) January 23, 2021
— SKYROCKET DOWNWARDS (@orbette) January 23, 2021
Man City squeezed past Cheltenham Town at the final furlong…
One might even suggest that City haven't been at the races vs Cheltenham
— Ronan Mullen (@RonanReigns) January 23, 2021
Cristiano Ronaldo broke the all-time goalscoring record – or did he?
Josef Bican after Putting 7 past the medical reserves in ww2 pic.twitter.com/u9pCt4Mcvv
— Haz (@pubIad) January 21, 2021
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When clichés go wrong:
— Caz (@cazjmay) January 19, 2021
Elite tier trolling.
Linfield playing the countdown theme waiting for Warrenpoint to come out for the second half 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/Fq4DLyomfe
— Roger Mottram (@rogermottram) January 23, 2021
If this doesn’t get Charlie Austin back to Swindon Town, nothing will.
Staying close to home (in both senses) for this week's Loftus Road broadcast, as featured on The Football's On (@btsport tonight, 8:15) and for the specific attention of @chazaustin10 pic.twitter.com/Jt47TLWpX9
— Ivo Graham (@IvoGraham) January 20, 2021
He came from Greece he had a thirst for Norwich https://t.co/LKBXYkaC1d
— Aaron Hocking (@FeedTheSpud) January 19, 2021
Why Norwich City’s nearly men of 1992/93 still hold a place in our hearts
Donald Trump already on the hunt for a new job.
Can't believe he's doing Goals on Sunday already pic.twitter.com/DJwNseTQ1Q
— Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) January 20, 2021
If football pundits were political analysts:
"Is Joe Biden the right appointment? I guess only time will tell. Yes he's got a lot of experience as a Vice President, but we've seen in the past with your Brian Kidds and your Steve McClarens how hard it can be to make that step up." pic.twitter.com/96yIHoYsaV
— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) January 20, 2021
They call this a Mike Ashley Special.
Sports Direct Newcastle United
Refusing to close down
— James Rushton (@Jamorushton) January 23, 2021
Celtic manager Neil Lennon’s press conference this week went well anyway.
Neil Lennon’s PR advisor – pic.twitter.com/SsoKMxpcUd
— Shutts (@Shuttsapalooza) January 18, 2021
No brotherly love here.
Sonny’s brother, wtf man 😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/Qr354D6FAJ
— Luka ⚜️ (@Lukathfc) January 19, 2021
Five years ago this week Jürgen Klopp made his greatest tactical adjustment for Liverpool 5-4 Norwich.
Klopp knew what I was about… 👀 😂 #Number9 pic.twitter.com/BMSTynBy8z
— Steven Caulker (@StevenCaulker44) January 19, 2021
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