Plus, James McClean hits out at Newcastle manager Alan Pardew following his comments after the Tyne-Wear derby and Thomas Vermaelen sends his best to the injured Mikel ArtetaIt's the start of another week in the world of football, which means it is time for Goal.com's daily look at what is sending players into a frenzy on Twitter.
Monday’s edition focuses on reaction to Manchester United’s 3-1 victory over Tottenham, Arsenal’s win over Liverpool and the fiery Tyne-Wear derby between Newcastle and Sunderland.
If that's not enough, we have further reaction to the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas along with Joey Barton’s thoughts on the BBC's showing of documentary film 'QPR: The Four Year Plan'.
“Great result 3-1vs Spurs at White Hart Lane.Clinical,solid+professional team performance from us.Always a hard game there.”
Rio Ferdinand on United’s hard-fought win over Tottenham which ultimately makes it a two-horse race for the Premier League title between the Red Devils and Manchester City.
“Morning people disappointed with the result yesterday but looking ahead we got 2 massive games this week #bounceback.”
Jermain Defoe, who scored his side’s consolation goal, is eyeing an instant recovery from Spurs' second consecutive defeat.
“Very important win today! 3 point in the pocket. Hope Mikel will get better soon. We need him!”
Thomas Vermaelen feels that Arsenal's win was vital and is hopeful that Mikel Arteta’s injury is not too serious after the Spaniard was stretchered off at Anfield.
"just heard pardews comments after the game is he being serious ? especially after his antics on the touchline during the game, #hypocrite"
Sunderland winger James McClean was furious with comments made by Newcastle manager Alan Pardew following the Black Cats' 1-1 draw with the Magpies at the Sports Direct Arena.
“For all those that watched last night. That's how it can be with certain owners sometimes, it shouldn't be but can be. #4yrplan”
“Still can't believe Briatore and co, consented to let it go public. Its a shambles. #hownottorunabusiness”
QPR captain Joey Barton speaks out as the documentary 'QPR: The Four Year Plan' is aired on TV, with his opinion not a positive one.
"I’m sorry about the sacking of AVB. There is a lot of pressure on a manager in football, and sometimes there is not the time to build a team"
Former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira feels sympathetic towards Andre Villas-Boas following his departure from Chelsea on Sunday.
"Thanks AVB! U r amazing guy! Big hug"
Chelsea defender David Luiz pays his respects to his former boss.