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Tweets of the Week: Rashford’s gaffs, official sources, and the most Jose vs Pep match of all-time

The best and funniest tweets from the world of football this past week, featuring the unnecessary coverage about Marcus Rashford, the proliferation of ‘official’ sources, and the ignominy of watching Newcastle play ‘football’. 

Meanwhile, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur put on a Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola clinic.

The week started off on a sour note with certain media outlets covering young black footballers in a shocking manner. 

Media treatment of Marcus Rashford shows no lessons have been learned from the Sterling witch-hunt

This video nails it in one. 

The tabloids are still up to their old tricks – but footballers are fighting back like never before

Man City lost to Spurs despite dominating the match in terms of shots and possession, an increasingly common feature of their matches these days. 

Mourinho attempts to play down title talk as Spurs beat Man City

City fans will never have to endure what Newcastle United fans go through on weekly basis, at least.

A 2-0 home defeat to Chelsea is just the latest in a long line of limp performances. 

‘A massive three points’ – Abraham buzzing as Chelsea move top with 2-0 Newcastle win

As for Man United, rinse and repeat. 

We’re happy for you, Rom.

The greatest football promo ever came out of Wrexham of all places this week. 

Why Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are taking over non-league Wrexham AFC

And while we’re on American actors, who knew The Wire’s Clay Davis was a fitbaw fan?

Yes, and?

It was a big week for official sources. 

This is what you call high literature. 

Golazo Merchants: Nottingham Forest legend Stuart ‘Psycho’ Pearce

Just give it up, Gary. 

English is such a beautiful language. 

If you ever wanted to know how tall Chris Kamara is, here’s photographic evidence. 

Hey, I’m tryna score ova’ here!

Ireland’s can’t buy a win since the lockdown.  

The Irish manager Stephen Kenny came under for showing his team an allegedly anti-English video before the England (he didn’t), but he could have shown the players much worse. 

Latest unnecessary international break has been an omnishambles for football

Poor Jay Rodriguez gets pigeonholed by his teammates.

And finally, we say goodbye to an iconic landmark. 

Read: How an Italian cult hero became the Premier League’s youngest ever manager

See Also: Remembering Gary Speed: A unique and gifted everyman

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