Some of the best tweets from the world of football this week, featuring Soucek’s save, Nathan Jones turning all David Brent, and Jarrad Branthwaite forced into an awkward conversation about Carlisle.
Nathan Jones goes all David Brent
Nathan Jones’ reign at Southampton came to an end this weekend and lasted less than three months, but provided enough soundbites to last a lifetime.
From his self-proclaimed titles as one of Europe’s best coaches and as ‘the fittest human being in history’, to wanting to test his courtship on those outside the Welsh border.
So many classics, in such a short period of time.
Nathan Jones is making a lot of outlandish statements at the moment but claiming he 'was the fittest human being in history' might be my favourite. https://t.co/ASFqfMWlE9
— Alex Dicken (@alexedicken) February 10, 2023
At least Nathan Jones will now have time to focus on his true passions: reclaiming his title as The Fittest Human Being In History, and bagging international baddies
— Fisted Away (@fistedaway) February 12, 2023
Carlisle – ‘The bloody end of the world’
Jarrad Branthwaite’s beloved Carlisle took a battering this week, as the Everton defender – impressing on loan at PSV Eindhoven – was forced into an awkward exchange with the Dutch media.
Jarrad Branthwaite’s interview while on loan at PSV is fantastic. Poor Carlisle 🤣🤣
— The72 – We Love the #EFL (@_The72) February 10, 2023
Guardiola keen to party like its 1999
The bomb-shell that was the Premier League’s charges against Manchester City dropped earlier this week, leading to endless speculation on the sanctions that could await the club.
Pep Guardiola’s press conference was box-office viewing, from taking a surprise pot-shot at Steven Gerrard to his plans for the possibility of lower league football.
Paul Dickov is waiting by the phone…
"We'll call Paul Dickov." 📞
Pep Guardiola reckons demotion to the lower leagues wouldn't be a problem for Manchester City after their alleged financial rule breaches 🗣#BBCFootball pic.twitter.com/weMJjSCpcs
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 10, 2023
Gerrard checking Twitter https://t.co/YgXnJfABEd pic.twitter.com/17cmRZ7YnM
— Chris 🇾🇪 (@ChrisRobinsonMU) February 11, 2023
— No Context Footie (@NoContextFootie) February 12, 2023
Man City Lawyers at Court (A) pic.twitter.com/JXi0eOVD6K
— Football Away Days (@FBAwayDays) February 6, 2023
Manchester United away at Leeds, alternatively.
— Alternative MUFC. (@AlternativeMUFC) February 13, 2023
Bolton and beaches, two things rarely associated
Fuck me where they playin Normandy https://t.co/dC9xQuZfi0
— charles gerrard (@CharlesGerrard) February 4, 2023
29% of Marcus Rashford's PL headed goals have come since he started pointing at his head
— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) February 12, 2023
Congratulations, Emre Can, on perhaps the worst half-way line goal we’ve ever seen
Emre Can has just scored the shittest half-line goal we've ever seen and it's just brilliant. pic.twitter.com/J7GcaLLX30
— Planet Football (@planetfutebol) February 8, 2023
Chelsea’s admin offered a new nomination for FIFA’s The Best Goalkeeper Award, after Tomas Soucek sneakily tipped Conor Gallagher’s effort around the post.
Tomas Soucek. https://t.co/1jdH2D5SLM pic.twitter.com/WfENv2lQv1
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 11, 2023
Soucek’s stop continued a mixed run of form for Chelsea, as Graham Potter attempts to mould the club’s wealth of new arrivals into a winning side.
BREAKING: Chelsea's team bus leaving the stadium after their draw against West Ham pic.twitter.com/Yrb9OPJdGe
— FootballFunnys (@FootballFunnnys) February 11, 2023
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