Speaking to the press after their 0-2 victory in Lisbon, Cesc, Alexis, Jordi Alba and Mascherano had a number of comments about their second win in Champions League Group G. A number of players also took to Twitter to make comments and offer support for Puyol. Find out what they had to say after the jump.
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The Twitter hashtag #graciespep was identified on Saturday as a globally trending topic in the Twittersphere, as Barcelona fans across the world said goodbye to their beloved manager. The club itself had urged fans to send messages of goodwill to the #graciespep tag, but at kickoff only 3,100 tweets had been sent. However, by the end of the evening, that number had grown to over 55,000. Pep’s emotional farewell was also avidly followed on Youtube, Facebook and other proprietary social media networks across the globe.
Lionel Messi’s historic performance did not go unnoticed by his contemporary football players all over the world. Players belonging to several clubs watched and appreciated Messi’s 5-goal performance and tweeted about it last night. Here is a selection of tweets from prominent footballers eulogising Messi’s unbelievable performance against Bayer Leverkusen.
Many FC Barcelona players are quite active on the social networking site Twitter, and after the 3-1 El Clásico win over arch-rivals Real Madrid CF, the boys could hardly contain themselves from taking over their followers’ timelines. Read after the jump for what the players were tweeting and how they are spending their long plane ride to Japan for the Club World Cup. Warning: thumbs-up signs abound.
It may seem as if the whole world is talking about the transfer of Cesc Fàbregas (24) from Arsenal FC to his hometown club FC Barcelona. After it was officially announced yesterday during the Spanish Supercup match, the footballing world exploded with comments and reactions, especially through the social networking site Twitter. Click after the jump to see what some famous footballers are saying.
FC Barcelona central defender Gerard Piqué this week surpassed 1 million followers on his Twitter feed, after activating his account only six months ago [1,012,013 and counting]. These followers join his 2.5 million friends on Facebook. I wonder how it feels to have millions of people keeping track of your every move? If you want to join the party, you can follow Pique at @3gerardpique.