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Tweets of the Week: Solskjaer’s not-so-super subs, football’s weirdest ad, and Millwall’s shame

The best and funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring the Manchester United manager’s allergy to good substitutions, the weirdest football advert this year, the return of fans to football, and the shameful conduct of Millwall’s fans. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to confound with his decisions following defeat to PSG in the Champions League. 

But Man United did at least get the win at West Ham after some good changes at the half. 

What was the idea behind this FA Cup advert? How is it supposed to entice people to watch the cup? Why won’t 2020 end already?

A terrific photo of a terrific moment almost three decades in the making. 

It was great seeing fans back in the stands, wasn’t it? I bet the players were well pleased.

But Millwall fans made a show of themselves by shamefully booing the players taking the knee.

Derby County’s Liam Rosenior had the perfect response, though.

This is the best version of this tweet template and no one should try to top it because it can’t. 

Ryan Reynolds lines out for Leicester apparently.

Harry Redknapp rocking Nike like it’s nothing. 

Anthony Martial hasn’t changed a bit!

You need to read this great thread about Lionel Messi. 

The world was not ready for this strike partnership. 

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