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This topic contains 16 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  Editor 1 year, 9 months ago.

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  • #139063

    Editor
    Keymaster

    We’ve pulled together a list of all the Premier League footballers on Twitter. If there are any we’ve missed, let me know.

    http://www.footyplace.com/premier-league-footballers-on-twitter/

    This can now be the official Twitter thread!

    #180869

    What’s Twitter… :)

    #180870

    Sambcfc
    Participant

    Andros Townsend has it. On loan at us but plays for Spurs. One to watch :-)

    #180871

    itsa_mans_game
    Participant

    LFC: EXACTLY mate!

    ED: do you follow them all :-)

    #180872

    maybeim2good
    Participant

    Some of the oldies(not including me) in here dont have a clue of how to use Twitter.Official twitter thread?? come on…

    #180873

    taxidriverlfc
    Participant

    Not really keen on Twatter,My son Callum follows some of the players though.

    #180874

    Editor
    Keymaster

    MI2G, if we only started threads that EVERYBODY was interested in there’d be no point in a forum! Some people couldn’t care less about Twitter, others are mad keen on it.

    Itsa, I don’t follow that many of them personally but we follow most through the Footyplace account.

    Sam, I’ll add him to the list.

    #180875

    Sambcfc
    Participant

    I think that some of the funniest people to follow aren’t just the footballers. Piers Morgan gets on my nerves – what does he know about football?!? Constantly slags Wenger off as well but then contradicts himself.

    Adrian Durham is also annoying – thinks he’s right with everything.

    Not football but Jeremy clarkson is hilarious

    #180876

    Editor
    Keymaster

    If I get around to it at some stage I might put together another list of all the best football personalities to follow. I don’t want to upset the Philistines on here, though!!

    #180877

    Subbuteo
    Spectator

    I still have an account, but for a few reasons, don’t really go on there.

    I read for example from one particular SSN newsreader what her plans were for the evening professionally.

    Then there was another putting out what bottle of wine she opened and she had replies like bees on honey.

    I appreciate there are thousands of subscribers, but unless these people actually take the time to engage and interact properly with their fans, then I don’t see the point in following and brown-nosing somebody for the sake of it.

    There’s only really a small handful I like in the industry anyway.

    #180878

    remorris
    Participant

    On the plus side of twitter, it gave me a few minutes of, albeit very minimal, fame. I was responsible for the twitter trend #Carlo2Villa, it trended nationwide and was mentioned in the Times by one of their journalists (we still ended up with the clown mind).

    #180879

    Editor
    Keymaster

    That’s not a bad claim to fame that, remorris!

    #180880

    remorris
    Participant

    I see the drawbacks of twitter, it is a bit of a joke of a phenomenon and some of the ‘trolls’ that use it are a disgrace but I’ve had good experiences with it.

    #180881

    Subbuteo
    Spectator

    I don’t particularly like the abuse that comes out of there from some of the users.

    Quite some time back, Stan Collymore was racially abused.

    And most recently would you believe, Muamba was racially ridiculed on twitter by someone who claimed they only did this as they were intoxicated with alcohol – I think that culprit was given some sort of community service.

    #180882

    remorris
    Participant

    Best add @eddzeko to the Man Citeh section.

    #180883

    Sambcfc
    Participant

    I did see a few things about Muamba on twitter – and I saw the Stan Collymore racist tweets.

    People do it for attention and it obviously gives them pleasure in it.

    I have a confession – I am following Darren bent and Shay Given (on twitter only) – the only veeela mugs I could bring myself to follow

    #180884

    Editor
    Keymaster

    I’ve updated the list now but I’m bound to have forgotten about some moves, released players or new additions to Twitter. Feel free to help me out!!

    I’ve also added a widget so you can follow all the players’ tweets via Footyplace without having to go on to Twitter.

    http://www.footyplace.com/premier-league-footballers-on-twitter/

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