Football (Soccer) Tweets

Soccer is the worlds favorite sport and these are my top five people and organizations (in no particular order) that keep all of their twitter followers with up to date tweets about what is going on in the world of football. Many of the worlds most renown football analyst have taken to twitter to promote the beautiful game and making it easier for people to talk football with them on a more personal level.

Alexi Lalas the former U.S. international has become the face of soccer in the U.S. informing us about various leagues around the world, and he is the best at keeping updating the world on the U.S. National Team’s happening as well as American’s  playing abroad.

I asked @thesoccerdon</a> why Soccer Specific Stadiums no longer seem to be a requirement for @MLS</a> expansion teams. http://t.co/K2vH6Ijdnt

— Alexi Lalas (@AlexiLalas) April 17, 2014

Can you buy a winning mentality? RT @guardian_sport</a> Cazorla urges Arsenal to spend big to cure losing mentality http://t.co/aTRylgP9cQ

— Alexi Lalas (@AlexiLalas) April 9, 2014

Fox Soccer Channel is one of the best outlets because it is fully dedicated to the beautiful game. The tweet about the happenings of every major league in the world as well as international competitions. Their writing staff is pretty good at doing their job.

Dimitar Berbatov makes goal-scoring look way too easy. Case in point: this lob against Nice. http://t.co/ffS1cXTsey</a> pic.twitter.com/gDJyZJ6bLo

— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) April 20, 2014

Our latest Podcast previews the @ChampionsLeague</a> semifinals and breaks down MLS expansion: http://t.co/RoUo7IOWD3</a> pic.twitter.com/WyD51W4HWE

— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) April 20, 2014

David Faitelson is currently working for ESPN Deportes where he covers many sports but specializes  in football, particularly Mexican football. He is one of the most respected Spanish speaking analyst in the sport.

Espectacular y emotivo el “…cómo no te voy a querer” en la Ciudad Universitaria. Pumas estará en la liguilla.

— David Faitelson (@Faitelson_ESPN) April 20, 2014

Espectacular y emotivo el “…cómo no te voy a querer” en la Ciudad Universitaria. Pumas estará en la liguilla.

— David Faitelson (@Faitelson_ESPN) April 20, 2014

Jose Ramon Fernandez is a legend when it comes to football in Mexico he has been coving the sport for more than 20 years working in various networks in this time. He is currently a football analyzer for ESPN Deportes.

Sobre Messi y su temporada, a nadie deja satisfecho, cuando marca tres lo aclaman cuando desaparece lo acribillan http://t.co/XqeGNxAmuN

— José Ramón Fernández (@joserra_espn) April 19, 2014

El que sigue dando puntos clave a la Real Sociedad es Carlos Vela. Gran temporada del mexicano. Marcó el del triunfo vs Espanyol de Aguirre.

— José Ramón Fernández (@joserra_espn) April 19, 2014

Wright Thompson is the senior writer for ESPN and ESPN the Magazine. Thompson writes about many sports but has a leaning towards football. He writes many feature stories that inspired me to someday be in his position writing the same kind of stories.  He is not afraid to speak his mind on twitter either.

Spanish referees are always just guessing

— Wright Thompson (@wrightthompson) April 1, 2014

Ahí va el Capitán Beto por el espacio la foto de Carlitos sobre el comando y un banderín de River Plate y la triste estampita de un santo.

— Wright Thompson (@wrightthompson) March 23, 2014

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