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Tweets of the Week: The US election, Keano’s quiz feud with Fergie, and Big Mick in Cyprus

The funniest tweets from the world of football this past week, featuring some dodgy football analogies about the US Presidential election, rare footage of Roy Keane losing the rag at Alex ferguson during a Man United table quiz, and Mick McCarthy’s latest job in football management. 

We really could have used someone to explain the complexities of the Electoral College. 

Those were the days. 


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The football analogies were a little strained. 

Donald Trump’s claims to a moral victory were undermined. 


But Joe Biden was the clear winner in the end. 


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Does this answer the age old debate over whether Liverpool is red or blue?

Like Trump, Southampton didn’t want the count to go any further. 

And before this is no longer topical, here’s that amazing clip of Donald Trump picking out the teams for the League Cup draw in 1992. 

If you ever wanted to see Roy Keane and Alex Ferguson face off in a table quiz…

I guess we’re all Apoel Nicosia fans now. 

And we might as well end the week on a happy note. 

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See Also: Why Liverpool’s title defence will be horribly undone by their backline


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