Tweets of the Week (25th Feb-3rd Mar 2013)
Imagine. All the players in Wales and United got Giggs, Spurs got Bale… we got Ramsey. #worldsshorteststraw
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 3, 2013
Aaron Ramsey, the Welsh player Arsenal got among the lot of Giggs, Bale and others. But Ramsey can be a top player…someday.
FACT: There are 2 things you can see from space – The Great Wall of China, and The Gap in Arsenal’s defence.
— BBC Sporf (@BBCSporf) March 3, 2013
Arsenal are now in danger of losing the Champions League spot for the first time in 16years
Rafa Benitez’s similar outburst during his time at Inter Milan that got him sacked. Rafa was furious with the chants by Chelsea supporters.
— michael owen (@themichaelowen) March 3, 2013
@themichaelowen in answer to what I have done, served and protected your country in the army, 6 years of physical work without injury
— James Talbot (@JT1zzle) March 3, 2013
Owen trolled! I bet Michael Owen didn’t see that coming. With a series of injuries being the highlight of his career, he surely wouldn’t be remembered for his good times.
So #afc get two statues in one week: Bergkamp and Mertesacker. Poor defending.
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) March 3, 2013
He may have pulled a goal back but poor defending by Mertesacker that cost Arsenal the match.
— BCC! (@BoredCricket) March 3, 2013
In reference to Pujara’s double ton against Australia on day two of the second Test versus Australia in Hyderabad.
You know it’s serious when you start feeling sorry for the Aussies. #INDvAUS
— Alternative Cricket (@AltCricket) March 3, 2013
On India’s superb batting performance on day two of the second Test versus Australia in Hyderabad.
Also just crossed 2 million follows mark. Only 30 odd million behind Bieber, Gaga and Perry. Every cloud…
— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) March 4, 2013
Joey Barton tells the world about the number of followers he has. Yay!
I appreciate your great supports which gave me today’s goals!The next match is coming soon, so I am going to bed to have a good rest(*^^*)
— SHINJI KAGAWA / 香川真司 (@S_Kagawa0317) March 3, 2013
Ooh Aah Kagawa! The first Asian to score a hat-trick in the Premier League.
dear friendsi was booked for a mild case of drinkdriving last nightit was a quite nite but i am very very sorryto all my friends and fans
— Nicklas Bendtner (@bendtnerb52) March 3, 2013
Footballers and their rash driving. That’s another case.
Spurs haven’t finished above Arsenal in the league since 1995. Will this be their year?
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 3, 2013
Spurs defeated Arsenal at White Hart Lane and went ahead of the Gunners by 7 points.