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Football tweets - Bent upbeat as Henry warns of Irish threat

17 Nov 2009 14:52:28

Football tweets - Bent upbeat as Henry warns of Irish threat

Welcome to another instalment of football.co.uk's run-down of the best tweets from around the beautiful game.

We leave no stones unturned as we bring you the latest ramblings from the world's top players, from New York to Hull, controversial opinions to what they ate for dinner last night, sit back and enjoy.

'Thank you for messages. Still loved every minute of it. People often ask me who's the best player I've played against. For me now it's Kaka – wow.' (November 14th)

'Have just stepped back in my door from being with England. Absolutely shattered.' (November 15th)

Serial tweeter Darren Bent shows Kaka some man love and admits to a worrying lack of fitness after doing nothing during his 54 minutes on the pitch against Brazil.

'Ugh still frustrated after that one, we could've did better! We'll bounce back. Denmark is a nice place, looking forward to wednesday' (November 15th)

USA forward Jozy Altidore is not happy after his country's defeat to Slovakia but is excited at the prospect of visiting Denmark midweek.  And who can blame him? He's currently on loan at Hull City.

'This Irish team is a very good team and they can score goals. Fortunately for us they didn't and we did, with kind of a lucky goal. =)' (November 15th)

Thierry Henry rubs salt into Irish wounds with a cheeky smiley face, maybe Lassana Diarra should take notice of his team-mate's slightly more friendly banter...

'Bout to watch Layer cake. British movie with Daniel Craig. Never seen it but saw a preview and looks good.' (November 16th)

'Just got done watching layer cake. Good movie. Siena Miller in that movie = DAMN.' (November 16th)

Freddy Adu announces his undying love for Miss Miller in his own special way.

'Horse's placenta! Good luck RV Persie! Saw a faith healer once when I was at Crystal Palace!' (November 17th)

BBC pundit Mark 'Brighty' Bright is less than impressed with Robin Van Persie's newfangled treatment but reveals they had more than just a magic sponge down at Palace.

 

- Joe Strange


DSG

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