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Tweets of the Week: All or Nothing Spurs, Messi decides, and Bale's mane of hair

The best tweets from the world of football this past week, featuring the Spurs documentary, the Lionel Messi situation at Barcelona, what Harry Maguire said to the Greek police, Gareth Bale head-swinging antics, and lots of Shane Duffy, for some reason. 

We can only applaud Rashford for keeping up the good fight.

An accurate summation of All or Nothing thus far. 

Watching Jose Mourinho react to pundits talking about him was… something. 

That scene was even faker than the Matt Doherty announcement video. 

Barcelona started pre-season this week…

Messi hammers Barça president after reluctantly agreeing to stay at the Nou Camp

Lionel Messi will not be leaving Barcelona, of course, meaning this was in fact the biggest upheaval at the club. 

But now that we know he is staying put, at least the real deal of the summer won’t be overlooked.

Instead, it was Grady Diangana’s exit from West Ham that caused the biggest transfer stir, surprisingly enough. 

Six promoted players we are excited to see in the Premier League

The more I read the Greek police’s comments about the Harry Maguire case, the less I believe them. 

Greek police hit out at “drunk British guy” Maguire over BBC interview

 

Gareth Bale let it all out – and we’re not talking about his Sky Sport interview talking about Real Madrid. 

Bale blames Real Madrid for not allowing him to leave

The Alexis Sanchez situation at Man United was not a unique one. 

Sanchez reveals he wanted Arsenal return one day into Man Utd training

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a bold strategy to beat the opposition.

https://twitter.com/Nigerianscamsss/status/1300479699223744514?s=20

Antonio Valencia was such a smooth criminal…

https://twitter.com/NickiDupressed/status/1300910946576224259?s=20

 

It was a big week for Shane Duffy, who signed for Celtic. But first he had to contend with a mighty foe.

Ireland played with a new approach under new manager Stephen Kenny, but it ended with a very familiar conclusion. 

https://twitter.com/iresimpsonsfans/status/1301636395434422279?s=20

Republic of Ireland’s greatest ever 1-1 draws

Wow, there’s a surprising amount of Duffy content this week. We approve.

 

Never go full Henry-Pires for a penalty.

 

Famously, nothing was ever Mark Hughes’ fault.

 

I guess that’s one way to announce Chris Martin signing for your club.

Read: How to make the best transfers and captaincy picks in FPL

See Also: The greatest tweets ever seen on Football Twitter

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