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Twitter and the modern age footballer

Twitter and the modern age footballer




Stand Up as he his known because he can no longer sit down when attending football matches, due to having a major back operation will be posting his ramblings and rants daily on here. He is a Spireite through and through, who as followed his team through thick and thin.

Well the football fan is again left open mouthed in disbelief at the idiocy of certain players, i'll not name some cos I can't verify their involvement in twitter trash!!!!. But Mr Cole (personally I thought u were slightly unhinged when u played away from Cheryl) when will u learn the only T### in this world is someone who rants publicly on Twitter about his employer, didn't u want to reach 100 caps for England? Is ur ego that big u can no longer control it? Or do u just think u and ur mate JT are above everyone else?. I'v got a pretty basic idea for u, run this past ur self and ur Twitter army.......shut the #### up and let ur feet do the talking (because personally I think ur one of the best left backs in the country, part from Mr Baines) So jus do what ur good at and learn to hush ur gums. I'v heard a rumour as well but I can't confirm the names, but 2 players at Chesterfield have also been slightly naughty on Twitter, only voicing concerns regarding travelling to an away match, but still when will they learn, their supposed to be professional, their supposed to set examples to the young fans who have aspirations to follow in their footsteps, but what are they learning first?..........oh to be a professional footballer i'v first gotta set up a Twitter account and call me employers or moan about travel arrangements, and then go and buy the football boots? My life!!!! The life of a professional footballer isn't hard is it, they don't have to work overtime to make ends meet, so get a grip keep off Twitter and just do what ur paid for........entertain the masses WHO don't forget actually pay your wages.
Stu M.



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Writer:Stu M
Date:Sunday October 7 2012
Time: 3:07PM

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Cheers Deano, i'v finally made the front page :), stutheblue (Stu M.)
stutheblue
07/10/2012 15:13:00
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Cheers Deano, i'v finally made the front page :), stutheblue (Stu M.)
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07/10/2012 15:13:00
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