The best the social media site has to offer.
Although many footballers have taken to Twitter to boost their own brand, vent their anger, or even occasionally philosophise (we’re looking at you Joey Barton) there are also a number of people out there who give up their time for parody accounts.
These vary in terms of amusement, but for those of you producing the occasional gems we salute you.
Here are the best:
7. @tiredsterling – Tired Sterling
For those of you that missed the overblown “controversy” surrounding Liverpool attacker Raheem Sterling telling Roy Hodgson he was too tired to play for England, you were clearly living under a rock.
So much coverage was given to the supposed incident that this account has popped up, which quite frankly is often dull but does occasionally thrown up something vaguely funny.
Even FIFA knows the score! pic.twitter.com/xZseUXydzb
— Tired Sterling (@tiredsterling) October 20, 2014