You’re a Men’s Health reader, which means that you don’t want to fall asleep whilst some average ex-football player gives you his pre and post-game analysis. <span style=”font-size: 13px;”>Follow these football accounts for analysis and humour that should make a nil nil draw seem like a Christopher Nolan movie.
By MH Staff - Posted on 13th June 2014
Follow these football Twitter accounts during the FIFA World Cup for analysis and humour that should spice up any nil nil draw.
1 Footy Humour
The perfect account for meme and vine based football jokes. @footyhumour loves to bash English players and the English team. Expect some pearls if the Three Lions don’t make it out of their tough group.
2 Joey Barton
@joey7barton used to be a respected and promising football player. We can’t remember when that was, but at least he’s entertaining and controversial on Twitter.
3 Mario Balotelli
The Italian striker@FinallyMario has yet to be as controversial on Twitter as he is in real life, instead he posts Instagram links of himself and uses more emoticons than a teenage girl, but if anybody is going to explode on Twitter after their country is knocked out, there’s a good chance it’ll be Mario.
4 Michael Owen
@themichaelowen is least humorous or controversial account in this list. The former Liverpool and Manchester United striker often takes to Twitter to share his insights. They should be an informative to read during big games.
@wengerknowsbest is the parody account of long time Arsenal manager and soundbite provider. It should be fascinating to watch whenever men from France or Arsenal play during the World Cup.