Even Joey Barton has managed to calm down after calling Gary Lineker an "odious little toad" and he tries to draw a line under his red cardIt will take Manchester United a long time to recover from yesterday's Premier League heartbreak but, after drinking into the early hours of the morning, Manchester City's title winners will have to deal with a recovery of their own.
Captain and serial 'tweeter' Vincent Kompany lifted the trophy after the final whistle, and was quick to tell his followers about the biggest celebration in the club's history. Or, as much as he could remember.
Elsewhere, Joey Barton has made some attempt to climb out of the hole he dug for himself following that red card at the Etihad, and QPR teammate Jay Bothroyd has had some choice words for the red side of Manchester.
So, after endless drunken photos, the twitter hangover speaks for itself...
"Struggling to remember what happened last night... Woke up with a medal around my neck. Been told the party was deeecent! Lol...
"Met City fans this morning and hearing what it meant to them and how they experienced the last 5min of this mad season is priceless!#MCFC"
Vincent Kompany shows just how important their last-gasp title victory was to the club's fans.
"What a night! On a Champagne diet with @JoleonLescott now waiting for the rest of the bunch and then hit town for the parade! Hangover part3"
City will certainly need to ditch Nigel De Jong's 'Champagne Diet' if they want to defend their title next season.
"man u fans blame us for them losing the league? Instead of changing the team around against Wigan man u should of played the strongest team"
QPR's Jay Bothroyd takes to Twitter to offer his view on just where United lost out.
"Right enough about yesterday, I apologise to everyone offended by it. If that's not enough for some, so be it. Life is too short. #moveon"
Who else but Joey Barton. The midfielder's dismissal has sparked a massive social networking debate...and a few insults.
"Turned out to be a perfect day, first and full we stayed up #qprfans deserve it. And the to see #BLUEMOON have the title. Finally"
Avoiding relegation is all that matters at Loftus Road, according to Shaun Wright-Phillips.
"It was really heartwarming hearing you chanting my name I had chills standing in front of the fans! COYS. LOL (LOT OF LOVE ) ^^"
Across London, it was all smiles for Benoit Assou-Ekotto, who helped Tottenham secure fourth spot.
"Wana thank all the Everton supporters for making me feel at home was a very sad day for me yesterday..."
"The last few months was the best months in my entire career"
Steven Pienaar will re-join Assou-Ekotto and Spurs following his successful loan spell at Everton.
"So @GNev2 and I retired at same time we both work on media he gets a Job with England ... Watch this space , that's all I'm saying!"
Robbie Savage, as he so often does, has the final word on Gary Neville's surprise appointment with the England coaching staff.