On a more serious note Phil Neville can't remember playing Wigan before, while Greg Halford shows support for ex-club Portsmouth and Anthony Pilkington is excited to play ArsenalIt seems Rio Ferdinand's next getaway is being worked on. The defender revealed on Twitter that he is looking into whether Manchester United will be travelling to Indonesia in the near future after requests from fans.
In truth, though, with footballers in that limbo stage between the international break and the return of the Premier League, there is not much going on. Therefore, the WOTT has turned to various players to provide you with some entertainment picks.
Andreas Weimann and Fraizer Campbell reveal what they are watching on TV, while Thomas Sorensen and Joey Barton provide some insight into the music world.
Elsewhere on the social networking site, Everton skipper Phil Neville hates Wigan so much he's forgotten it exists, while Greg Halford shows support for his former club Portsmouth and Anthony Pilkington hopes to be involved when Norwich City host Arsenal at the weekend.
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"My timeline is full of #BringManUtdToIndonesia !!! I'll ask when/if we will be going there + let u know guys!!"
Rio Ferdinand gets to work on planning a holiday to Indonesia with his Manchester United team-mates.
"Morning all a bit of yoga this morning before training-seems like ages since we played Wigan!!"
Everton captain Phil Neville is suffering from short-term memory loss as the Toffees prepare for a Premier League clash with Wigan.
"Great news for the supporters trust being the preferred bidder to take over at #pompey #getbirchoutasap"
Greg Halford, who made 42 appearances for troubled south coast outfit Portsmouth, is clearly delighted to see the supporters' trust's bid to save the club being taken seriously.
"Into training now to get ready for a massive game tomorrow against the Arsenal! Hope I'm playing!!!"
Norwich City face a very tough test when Arsenal come to town tomorrow. Anthony Pilkington is hoping the days of being picked last in P.E don't repeat themselves.
"Lets see what all this hype is about #homeland"
In the first of our TV planner double-header, Sunderland forward Fraizer Campbell opts for some drama with Homeland.
"celebrity juice time #flameyyyyy"
But Aston Villa midfielder Andreas Weimann instead fancies a bit of a laugh with Celebrity Juice.
"At Gaslight Anthem in Manchester tonight with Matte Upson. Some proper Jersey rock on its way"
Moving on from the box, and onto some tunes. Stoke City keeper Thomas Sorensen bangs his head to some Gaslight Anthem rock.
"#thesmiths is trending in the UK. Love it people. Great to see all the shepherds leading all the sheep for a change.."
And finally, concluding the entertainment news, Joey Barton once more expresses his love for The Smiths, and for once the majority seem to agree with him.