Social media has been one of the huge developments of the technological era following it’s explosion onto the scene, and like it or not, it appears to be here to stay. Twitter has become an everyday part of our lives, and a vital tool used by football fans and media alike to communicate with players and fellow fans, and occasionally have a bit of a laugh at their expense.
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Here are five times when it all went a bit wrong:
West Brom’s Marouane Fellaini gaffe
Fellaini has now taken his tracksuit off, fortunately he has a Man Utd strip on underneath #WBAMUN
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBAFCofficial) October 20, 2014
Dear, oh dear West Brom. During their match at the Hawthorns against Manchester United last October, they poked fun at Marouane Fellaini’s poor form as he warmed up on the sidelines. The Baggies were already 1-0 to the good following a Stephane Sessegnon wonder goal. It was all good fun until Fellaini then came on and subsequently scored the equaliser three minutes later.