Category Archives: Football and Social Media

The Twitter Timeline QPR: From Mark Hughes to Harry Redknapp in 54 days

As Mark Hughes lines up down the job centre along with the cast of the Jeremy Kyle show this morning, he probably feels hard done by after his time at QPR. I mean come on, he only had 34 games … Read more…

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Liverpool: Gerrard’s Twitter Q+A: The Hilarious Highlights

It’s rare that a question and answer period takes off with the same vigour as Adidas UK’s ill thought out #AskStevieG session today. It could be one of the funniest trends to have happened on twitter. Obviously only ran with … Read more…

Posted in Football and Social Media, Player focus | 8 Comments

Twitter has brought fans closer to football! Really?

Not to sound like your drunken uncle at a family reunion, but I remember back when Twitter started to rouse a bit of interest in the UK. But just like Facebook, sports entertainment and super-sized portions, the UK trailed the … Read more…

Posted in Abuse, Controversy in Football, England, Football, Football and Social Media, Player focus, Premier League, the FA, Twitter | 6 Comments

Football fans – it’s time to make the football family less disfunctional!

People talk about the ‘Football Family’ and a special bond of respect that joins football as one, uniting clubs, players, managers and fans. We all know it is not really true currently, the football family seems more of a feel-good … Read more…

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Is it all too ‘Social’ at QPR?

Neil Warnock is a mercurial manager and person you love to hate. Some will find Warnock good value for just his media comments alone, he’s a bit of a joker and he is one of the few that say it … Read more…

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Manchester Derby: War rages both on and off the pitch!

This weekend marks the first Manchester derby of the season and they don’t come much bigger than this. With both sides already occupying both first and second spots in the league, unsurprisingly, many see this game as a real ‘6-pointer’ … Read more…

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