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Can you make a twitter team? Sheffield United fans can…

This post has been prompted by an article that appeared on the seventy two, an excellent blog that focuses on the 72 clubs who make up the Football League. This article Can you make a twitter team? Ipswich Town fans can (and whose title I have shamelessly ripped off) names a number of former & current Ipswich Town players who maintain a twitter account. It’s a pretty good team but not a patch on the one that can be made up of former Sheffield United players who are on twitter.

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Top Ten Football Blogs of 2010

As we near the end of the year there’s a veritable profusion of posts in the footballing blogosphere giving out awards and naming the best blogs. So in the spirit of the season here’s our very own ‘awards’ because frankly it’d be rude not to. Without further ado these are the ten blogs that I’ve been checking out on a regular basis this year and who I feel are deserving of a mention & a congratulatory pat on the back. Ladies & gentlemen I give you, in reverse alphabetical order, the footysphere top ten football blogs of 2010.

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Trawling through Twitter in search of something wise, funny or illuminating written by a football player is like dredging Lake Windermere in search of that half-pence coin you threw off the side of a pleasure boat for good luck while you were on holiday in 1973.

Football figures express themselves via Twitter

Interesting article on When Saturday Comes about football folk using twitter.

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Donate your old football boots for the kids in Africa.The campaign hopes to collect as many pairs of football boots as possible for under-privileged children in Africa by the 2010 World Cup.
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Follow them on Twitter @bootsforafrica

Donate your old football boots for the kids in Africa.The campaign hopes to collect as many pairs of football boots as possible for under-privileged children in Africa by the 2010 World Cup.

Follow them on Twitter @bootsforafrica