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    Roy Rage, David Luiz and Daniel Rashford

    The best tweets from the world of football this week, featuring the long-awaited return of Premier League football, Roy Keane’s angry outburst at Man United, David Luiz imploding, and Marcus Rashford using his powers for good. 

    Norway has gone too far. 

    The phones were hopping. 

    Some weren’t so pleased about the Premier League’s return, however.

    Suggestions were made as to how to improve the viewing experience.

    Lockdown has affected us all in different ways.

    No crowd noise has its merits.

    Did the Aston Villa goalkeeper carry the ball fully over the line? Who can tell really…

    The incredulous reaction to Sheffield United’s clear goal going unrewarded

    Very reassuring that Arsenal resumed normal business against Man City.

    One might say David Luiz has increased his productivity.

    Things did not get better against Brighton. 

    Just plant the trees, Hector.

    Good to see Roy Keane has mellowed out. 

    Roy Keane tears into Manchester United’s De Gea and Maguire for Spurs goal

    Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford managed to get the government to spend £120m on feeding hungry children. All in a week’s work. 

    Why Rashford’s example shows footballers are more than playing their part

    The conspiracy theorists weren’t having it, probably. 

    But it’s clear that Rashford is the most popular man in Britain right now. 

    Sorry, did I say Marcus? I meant Daniel. Yes, definitely Daniel Rashford, smashing chap. 

    Five of the funniest comedy football sketches ever

    Does… the Liverpool admin not understand football or?

    English international football in the 90’s summed up.

    Emre did NOT like Crystal Palace loanee Alexander Sorloth shushing him.

    Read: How Waddle and the Owls became the beautiful losers of the 90’s

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    See Also: 90’s Football Hall of Fame: Man City’s mulleted hero Uwe Rosler

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