God love Twitter eh. You have to find glorious the way the social media application can discover, discuss, mock and reject a news story within a matter of seconds.
Last night, Twitter buzzed with the news that Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena (there is quite a lot wrong with saying Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena given the ownership issues, but it’s complicated and for another time) was on fire, with many sharing photos of the ground seemingly ablaze. read more »
Roberto Mancini may well be a man down today, but his former kitman has absolutely no issue with giving him a good kicking.
Stephen Aziz took to Twitter to vent his frustrations at the wave of sympathy from City fans for their outgoing manager.
Aziz, who is now employed by Sunderland, described is former colleague as “arrogant, vain and self-centred”, which does sound rather like our vision of Mancini behind the scenes.
Unsurprisingly, Mancini or his advisors have not commented on the quotes.
Swansea scored one of the messiest goals in Premier League history last night if their Twitter commentary of the victory over Swansea is anything to go by.
The Swans’ account tweeted: “Itay Shechter gets his first goal for Swansea as his shit flys past Joel Robles and into the far corner. Good response from the visitors.”
They later tweeted an apology, saying: “Spelling mistake earlier, it should read Itay’s shot – not another word – flew past Robles.”
No sign of an apology for using flys rather than flies.
If Phil Brown walked into the manager’s job at my club I would be rather peeved at the appointment decision, let me tell you. So one could sympathise with Southend United fans when Paul Sturrock was turfed out and replaced by your man Brown. read more »
Whilst Manchester United were left joyous after Robin Van Persie’s hat-trick made him the Premier League’s top scorer and won his side the title, one Indian telecommunications consultant wasn’t quite as enamoured. read more »