Never Miss Another Chirpse!
Just call him 'The Soaked One'.
Balls of steel.
I guess the moral of the story is don't leave your day job to start a Twitter account.
The results, positives and negatives from last weekend's Premier League action.
Ed Woodward is Manchester United's "Director Of Football" - and he's also the reason why they're going to suffer this season.
Premier League Managers have jobs that are frequently about as stable and long-term as the careers of suicide bombers.
This is what you didn't see on Match Of The Day.
This is how you do it.
A summary and go-to guide for your favourite team (and the ones you're not so keen on) .
Someone took his low ratings a bit too personally.
The football season is BACK which means one thing... OUTRAGEOUS BETTING ODDS! .
Think you could cut it as a real manager just from your gaming stats.
The answer will definitely surprise you.
When Manchester United let Ravel Morrison go for £650,000 they obviously knew exactly what they were doing.
This might be the best futsal goal we've ever featured.
Why the hell does Ronaldo need to do this? .
Turns out Howard Webb is a way better footballer than he is referee. Who would have thought? .
You've never seen anything like this Mexican guy kicking the Irish guy in the head.
Another one for the collection.
Why do football clubs and their social media teams still think that these things are good ideas? .
Two yards out with the goal at his mercy.
4 seconds and it's in.
FOOTBALL, GAMING, VIDEOS
This must have taken a lot of time and effort but the results make it definitely worthwhile.
Not the warmest of welcomes back to Argentina.
Proof that Rihanna is the most powerful woman on the planet.
Mario Götze had a tough time containing his raging hard on while on the beach with his girlfriend.
Did this Twitter account predict the result to the World Cup final 16 hours before it was played.
I didn't even know they were competing at the World Cup!? .
A look at the most pained faces in Brazil this summer.
Mascherano's amazing tackle on Robben came at a price.
Once a sickhead, always a sickhead.
He'll never see anything like that again now. Or anything at all.