The last few years have seen many top footballers join social networking sites…
Chelsea striker Diego Costa joined Twitter on Sunday, gaining over 67,000 followers very quickly. In an age where we share our innermost thoughts, along with what we had for dinner, to our followers on the internet and hang on every word our idols tweet, we look at the best footballers to follow on Twitter.
Daniel Sturridge (@D_Sturridge)
Pushing myself to my limit right now for real. Closer to fitness each day!! pic.twitter.com/NTZeNDGius
— Daniel Sturridge (@D_Sturridge) September 17, 2014
Another big game on Sunday. Thank you to all the away fans that travelled to show support tonight. We were unlucky. #redordead
— Daniel Sturridge (@D_Sturridge) February 26, 2015
Daniel Sturridge sends regular updates to fans and while there’s a lot of retweets, he often tweets his thanks to Liverpool’s loyal support.