A happy week on Premier League Twitter, thanks to everyone doing reasonably well in Europe for once, with Arsenal’s 2-0 triumph over Bayern Munich a definite highlight. Looking ahead to the weekend’s round of games, which features a tantalising Manchester derby and struggling Chelsea vs high-riding West Ham, let’s first check what’s been happening on the tweets.
Premier League Bad Product Endorsement of the Week
— brad guzan (@bguzan) October 15, 2015
[“Grant Hill drinks Sprite?!” voice] “Brad Guzan uses Dude Wipes?!”
Premier League Dads of the Week
— Mamadou Sakho (@mamadousakho) October 21, 2015
Liverpool went on a team outing to the local branch of Chipmunks during the week and the place looks like it was well and truly lit.
Premier League Oblique Strategy of the Week
— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) October 21, 2015
Ever imagined a world where Brian Eno was a Premier League footballer? Probably be a lot like Mesut Ozil.
Premier League Austin Powers Impersonation of the Week
— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) October 20, 2015
Ever imagined a world where Austin Powers was a Premier League footballer? And German? Ouh yaa.
Premier League Sponsored Tweet of the Week
Thank you @AddisonLeeCabs for getting me out of the shopping trip as quickly as possible
— Peter Crouch (@petercrouch) October 20, 2015
Did Crouchy compose this tweet or did the cab company? Which is the stranger possibility?
Premier League TV Review of the Week
Xfactor is a shambles
— Stephen Hendrie (@HendrieStephen) October 18, 2015
Few times have I read a more deeply relateable tweet than this one.
Premier League Sad Photo of the Week
— Bojan Krkic (@BoKrkic) October 13, 2015
The words said one thing, the photo quite another, as Spinoff favourite Bojan Krkic returned to Stoke after the international break.
Konch’s Kafe Special of the Week
— Konch's Kafe (@KonchsKafe) October 16, 2015
Scampi, chips and peas for less than a fiver? Amazing value at Premier League battler Paul Konchesky’s Brentford pie‘n’mash shop this week.
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