Scoring a goal is one of the greatest feelings a fan can experience. So how do the 20 Premier League teams celebrate their goals on Twitter?
We take a look back at the first tweets from all 20 Premier League clubs on Twitter’s tenth birthday.
New data released by Twitter in the past week has seen Arsenal’s fans crowned as the most active on the network.
Manchester United have held a live Hangout event for fans, featuring three of the clubs first team players.
There aren’t many winners when players spit at each other, but Newcastle United deserve praise for their handling of the issue.
After a high-profile case on Twitter involving West Bromwich Albion, should clubs be trying to emulate the humour of brands such as Paddy Power?
In an astonishing move, Manchester United have banned fans from bringing certain sized devices into Old Trafford.
The Twitter Q&A has long been the go-to weapon of choice for many football club community managers. The lack of cost and comparative ease at which one can be arranged…
Paddy Power and ‘cheeky’ are pretty much synonymous these days, and as the online betting firm unveiled a waxwork model of Sir Alex Ferguson outside Old Trafford following Manchester United’s…
Christmas is all about giving, or so I’m told, and that’s just what clubs up and down the country are doing as they launch their online advent calendars for 2013.…