As England players share their thoughts on who next national team boss should be via Twitter, James Benwell wonders if it’s a good thing.
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Thomas Gaunt of the We Heart Football blog gives his thoughts on Twitter in football.
Joey Barton’s recent Twitter outbursts landed him in hot water at Newcastle United and Calvin Berry looks at the issue of footballers and social networking.
A little later than usual, The Other Back Pages is here to rundown the week’s best pieces of football writing.
It is Christmas Eve, and to celebrate the coming of the festive season we have a special rendition of “‘Twas the night before Christmas” for you to enjoy, taking the classic Christmas carol and giving it a Twitter, journalistic and Barcelona inspired shake-up!
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Can Fleet Street make the most of the first World Cup of the Twitter age? David Bevan takes a look at the challenge facing newspaper journalists in South Africa. The Twitter revolution gathers pace. Even Clive Tyldesley tweets now, although that particular sign-up may become a regret as millions follow England’s progress, or otherwise, in [...]
Darren Bent puts his Twitter – and goalscoring power – to good use in a charity Tweet-off with Sky Sports’ Andy Burton – who can get to 10,000 followers first? Since his Twitter antics during the summer while at Tottenham, Darren Bent has turned it all around with five goals in seven for Sunderland, and [...]