Saturday 23 September 2017

Tweets of the Week

Tweets of the week

Aidan O'Hara

Aidan O'Hara

Edin Dzeko @EdDzeko

Edin Dzeko @EdDzeko

I am very angry about yesterday's headline and article in the Sunday Mirror. It says I confess to being part of a dressing room revolt and that I turned on Mancini. I did not say these things when I spoke to Bosnian TV – the context is changed in the article. Also some of the my real words have been interpreted badly.

Manchester City striker pleads the 'lost in translation' defence against accusations of him turning on former boss.

TUESDAY

James McClean @JMcC_23)

Russia aint cold at all just been shown onto the bus by a snowman

The 1-0 defeat to Rubin Kazan won't have warmed up the Wigan winger.

WEDNESDAY

Paul McGrath @Paulmcgrath5

i think david moyes and ashley young should sit down . no stand up and work out man utd player's don't need to resort to that level !

Former Villa and United legend urges former Villa and United non-legend to stay on his feet.

THURSDAY

Alessandro Nesta @sandronesta13

Today is my first day as an ex-footballer. Thanks to all the people who in recent years has given me their affection.#SerieA #Milan #Lazio

A sad day to see the retirement of one of the best defenders of his era.

FRIDAY

Joey Barton @Joey7Barton

Just watching the Victory Shield here. Everything that is wrong with the modern, English game is on show here tonight. Under 16 boys wearing GPS units under their shirts being the major crime on show. Let them play FFS! Stats don't matter at this age.

You wouldn't always agree with the QPR midfielder, but sometimes it's hard to argue that he's wrong.

SATURDAY

Ben Foster @BenFoster

Load of s**t

West Brom goalkeeper makes his feelings clear after a controversial late penalty. An hour later, he claimed he was referring to a delivery of manure to help him plant roses and, maybe, avoid a fine.

SUNDAY

Steven Reid @stevenreid12

Morning all... Bad dream?

The morning after the penalty the day before and West Brom's Irish defender maintains the policy adopted by his team-mate of short, coded messages to express disappointment.

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